Controversial Man City star offered stunning £20m signing on fee by former England boss

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has two stunning offers to move to the mega wealthy Chinese Super League this summer, report the Sun.

Despite his standing as one of the most important players at the Etihad and his influence in helping the club translate their hefty investment into on-field success, he is continually linked with a move away.

Comments from his agent suggested the 33-year old was in talks with Inter Milan, in a move that would reunite him with former City boss Roberto Mancini.

However, it is now claimed that the marauding Ivorian has two money spinning offers from China in order to tempt him to a move there.

Both Shanghai SIPG and Jiangsu Suning are understood to have tabled offers that equate to around £300,000 per week as well as an astonishing £20m signing on fee.

SIPG are managed by former England boss Sven Goran-Eriksson, who is said to be keen on luring the former Barcelona star to Asia.

‘Yaya’s had his people meeting with both Shanghai and Jiangsu and they have both made firm offers’, a source told SunSport. 

‘Buying himself out of his contract at City would not be a problem because he would recoup it twice over from the signing on fee he would get for coming over here.’