Wilfried Bony
Wilfried Bony would like to test himself in the Bundesliga, says his agent

Swansea City star Wilfried Bony is eager for European football next season amid mounting interest from Liverpool, but his agent has revealed the striker would also be keen on a move to Wolfsburg.

Reds boss Brendan Rodgers has made six signings this summer but his biggest challenge remains in finding a replacement for Luis Suarez, who completed his move to Barcelona last month.

After Loic Remy's proposed move to Anfield collapsed after the Frenchman failed a medical, Liverpool are understood to have made Ivorian international Bony their new target to fill the void left by the Uruguayan.

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins recently revealed the striker is available for the right price but Liverpool's attempts are likely to be complicated by interest from Wolfsburg as Bony is keen to test himself in the Bundesliga.

Speaking to regional newspaper Wolfsburger Nachrichten as reported by Sky Sports, Bony's representative Dalibor Lacina said: "Wilfried is out to play in a European club competition as much as he is out to play in a big European league. The Bundesliga is a league tempting to Wilfried. He would fit the bill at Wolfsburg."

Wolfsburg themselves have been frustrated in their attempts to add a goal scorer to their ranks this summer. The club initially tried to sign Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid only for Juventus to secure his signature, while Romelu Lukaku was also a target before he signed a permanent deal with Everton.

With both the Bundesliga side and Liverpool chasing a striker, Swansea are likely to find themselves in a position where they can make a substantial profit on the £12m they spent on bringing Bony to the Premier League from Vitesse Arnhem last summer.

Swans manager Garry Monk told reporters this week it would take an "astronomical" bid to prise the 25-year-old away from the Liberty Stadium, but the club chairman Jenkins has taken a different approach regarding the striker's future.

"Wilfried Bony is a fantastic professional," Jenkins told talkSPORT. "If a top Champions League club comes in, and puts the right offer on the table, then of course we will speak to him.

"There are no issues with Bony. He is a great guy to have around the club. As much as we want players to stay with us for a number of years, we have to be open."