The co chairman repeated that he would have signed Bony but eventually bowed to the judgement of the manager.
It means that Carroll cost him a £16 milllion transfer fee and £80k a week wages – half the Carroll deal in both cases..
He told the Telegraph: “”I would have bought Wilfried Bony – £8million and 40 grand a week. Swansea paid £12m. I had him bought for £8m.”
Swansea are understood to be willing t listen to offers for the in-form striker, who had scored nine goals this season – the same as Diafra Sakho who has revealed recently that he was a Sullivan signing