Wilfried Bony has started just five games in 10 months at the Etihad Stadium.
Wilfried Bony reminded Swansea what they were missing with a late goal as City guaranteed themselves a top-three finish and direct entry into next season's Champions League with a 4-2 win at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday.
Wilfried Bony, Fernando and David Silva were on target for the defending champions as they thrashed a 10-men West Brom to move closer to league leaders Chelsea.
Manuel Pellegrini's defending champions play struggling Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday trailing Jose Mourinho's team, who have played one match less, by five points.
Wilfried Bony's deal is expected to be close to 28 million pounds ($42 million, 36 million euros).
Wilfried Bony snatched a dramatic last-minute winner as United crashed out at the first hurdle in the FA Cup to give beleaguered manager David Moyes even more problems.
A Swansea side coached by former Real Madrid and Barcelona star Michael Laudrup and featuring six Spaniards, including captain Angel Rangel, punished opponents who played 80 minutes with 10 men to run out thoroughly deserving winners.
It was United's first league game under David Moyes, but a pair of braces from Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck banished any first-day nerves.