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New Swans boss Carlos Carvalhal had revealed last week that Bony has been back in training in recent days, and there had been hopes he might be in a position to play some part against Mauricio Pochettino's side.
Bony had the ball in the net just before half-time only to see it disallowed by referee Stuart Attwell.
The big question, he says, is "Where did these bony jaws come from?
Bony scored twice in 12 appearances after joining City midway through that season, including a 90th-minute effort against the Swans on the penultimate match of the campaign.
But rather than the meal in Manchester being simply a convivial catch up, the pair discussed Bony as a possible makeweight in City's chase for Toffees defender John Stones.
Bony was selected up front alongside Aguero as manager Manuel Pellegrini reverted to his once-default 4-4-2 in the search for a spark.
And the funds from his sale will be used towards a bid to bring back Bony.
Bony, who had scored three in City's previous four games, said: "I'm disappointed today that I didn't start.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE P Juventus 3 Man City 3 Sevilla 3 Borrusia M'gladbach 3 But Bony feels it is only a matter of time before he gets back to being the striker who scored more Premier League goals than anyone else in 2014.
Just seven weeks ago Bony extended his deal with Swansea until 2018, but the Ivory Coast international is now close to leaving south Wales for the W Etihad Stadium.
Bony joined the Swans from Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem in June 2013 for a club-record PS12million and the Ivory Coast forward scored 25 goals in his first season.
Then bony structures (operculum suboperculum preoperculum interoperculum and vertebrae) were