Yaya Toure is the subject of interest from a number of top European clubs this summer, according to Italian outlet Calciomercato.
Despite his standing as one of Manchester City’s key players, the 33-year old Ivorian has been strongly linked with a move away.
Pep Guardiola, who sold him to City in the first place when the pair were both at Barcelona, is due to takeover at the Etihad next season, sparking speculation.
Inter Milan are reportedly keen on bringing him to the San Siro in a move that would reunite him with former boss Roberto Mancini.
They are not alone in interest emanating out of Serie A, with Juventus understood to be keeping a keen eye on proceedings as they look for potential Paul Pogba replacements.
Pogba, who has often been compared to Toure in terms of playing style, has been linked with big money moves to England and Spain.
The report also claims European giants Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain retain an interest in the Ivory Coast legend.