Yaya Toure’s agent Dimitri Seluk has informed Sky Sports activities there was interest from Manchester United and Arsenal for the midfielder.
Toure, 33, is surplus to necessities at Manchester City beneath supervisor Pep Guardiola and become left out in their 21-guy Champions League squad.
At the same time as Seluk has insisted a circulate to either United or Arsenal might be “impossible”, he also found out to Sky Sports activities Information HQ that the midfielder has had gives from China, Turkey, Italy and the united states, and could appearance to sign a pre-agreement agreement with another club in January.
Toure is within the final 12 months of his agreement on the Etihad, where he has gained Optimum League titles during a six-year stint having joined from Barcelona.
“Yaya in January can signal a pre-settlement agreement with golf equipment abroad,” Seluk stated. “He could have many offers from clubs. China and America of route they need him however we will have quite a few gives from England and Europe.
He is in very good form, very good circumstance, I suppose he lost seven kilograms.
“Perhaps it is now not suitable sufficient for Guardiola, however then Zlatan Ibrahimovic wasn’t suitable enough for him (at Barcelona).
Toure has received the African Footballer of the 12 months award 4 instances, and Seluk also predicts many fans in Africa will aid Manchester United in Saturday’s derby, stay on Sky Sports activities 1 HD, following City’s treatment of his purchaser.
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“They’ll lose loads of hundreds of thousands of supporters from Africa because of this decision from Guardiola,” Seluk stated.
“Now They’ll aid Manchester United. A lot of people in Africa say They will in no way see any more matches of City on Tv.”