Tuesday, 21 November, 2017

Toure wants new Manchester City deal from 'honest' Guardiola

Dimitri Seluk Confirms Yaya Toure Is Expected To Leave Manchester City This Summer Yaya Toure's agent reveals he would talk to Manchester United about summer transfer
Spencer Simpson | 21 March, 2017, 00:41

Yaya Toure has experienced a roller-coaster campaign with Manchester City this season but insists he loves the club and wants to stay.

"At this moment the situation like this; from yesterday we officially started negotiating with different clubs about his future", Seluk told Sky Sports. "Why not! I know José Mourinho very well and Yaya has previously played with Ibrahimovic in Barcelona".

"If Manchester United make an offer I will negotiate, no problem", he said.

"Clubs from England waited for the situation with Manchester City, but now we can speak in England and soon I will come to England for negotiations. But we can not wait until the last minute, until June, and have no negotiations with anybody".

Guardiola's side are also 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea, a gap that could be 13 by the time they take to the field at home to top-four rivals Liverpool on Sunday. Now we have three options.

The Manchester City star's contract runs out this summer. He will play in Europe.

Toure was frozen out of Pep Guardiola's plans at the start of the season because of comments made by Seluk and his latest outburst will have done little to help an already fragile season. "I have spoken with clubs in different countries - Italy and Spain", he said.

A move to United would undoubtedly ruin Toure's reputation among City fans, despite the fact he has won two Premier League titles, two League Cups and an FA Cup.

However, Toure has been restored to the first team after apologising to his coach and now says he wants to remain at the club after his current deal expires this summer.


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