Manchester City’s Yaya Toure would consider a big summer move to Paris Saint-Germain or Real Madrid, according to his agent.
The burly Ivorian was the Sky Blues’ standout performer as they claimed their second ever Premier League title last term, finishing the season as the division’s third highest scorer behind red-hot Liverpool duo Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez.
However, his future at the Etihad Stadium is far from clear, with the player and his agent having made numerous outbursts in recent weeks.
Toure is thought to be angered by the club’s decision to not honour his 31st Birthday and there is also some discontent surrounding the player not being allowed to dodge a post-season friendly to spend time with his now deceased brother.
This has led to talk of a move away from City, and his agent, Dmitri Seluk, has revealed that his client would consider a transfer to one of Europe’s top sides:
“I will see Yaya for a couple of days before he goes to America [for a pre-season tour] when we will talk about things,” he is quoted by The Metro.
“If an important club like PSG or Real Madrid made a big offer it would be for Manchester City to decide what happens.”