The Ivorian and Montenegrin cost the club £24m and £22m respectively, but are both facing uncertain futures at the Etihad Stadium.
Although a key player, Toure’s advancing years – he’s now 31 – and massive wages are potential issues as the Citizens look to comply with FFP rules and rebuild after a tricky campaign.
Jovetic meanwhile has only been a City player since 2013, but injuries have limited his game time.
Despite the problems, Mancini is keen to return to his old club for both stars this summer, as he plots to rejuvenate his Inter side.
Toure is known to be a favourite of the Italian, while a loan move for Jovetic ahead of a £15m permanent deal is appealing.