Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure is preparing to leave the Etihad stadium at the end of the seasons and his agent has hinted at potential offers on the table.
Yaya Toure, who will turn 33-years old in May, has 17 months left on his current £240,000-a-week contract and City are unlikely to offer him a new deal.
The Ivory Coast international’s agent Dimitri Seluk told SportItalia: “He will not move in January. However in the summer things can change. We are ready to listen to any offers that are on the table.”
It is also reported that the speculated arrival of Pep Guardiola could be one reason for his decision to depart after six successful years at the Etihad Stadium.
Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini is monitoring the situation of the player he signed for City from Barcelona for £24millon in 2010 and has already made it clear he would like to take the midfielder to Milan next season.
Toure’s team-mate Pablo Zabaleta is also a reported target for Inter boss Mancini and could be on the move next summer.
While, Wilfried Bony’s agent Francis Kacou has confirmed that his client will not leave the Citizens in winter, but could review the situation at the end of the season.
Kacou said: “Wilfried will stay at Manchester City. A departure this winter was never on the agenda, and City simply wouldn’t sell him.”