Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has failed to rule out the possibility of joining French champions Paris Saint-Germain.
The former Barcelona star, who joined Manchester City in July 2010 for £24million, has been a revelation for Manuel Pellegrini's side this season.
Toure has scored an incredible 14 goals from 29 games from midfield and has claimed four assists in the Premier League.
However despite his apparent happiness at plying his trade for the Citizens, Toure has revealed he would not be against joining Paris Saint-Germain in the foreseeable future.
Speaking to RMC Sport, Toure said on moving to Laurent Blanc's side: “Everything can be possible. Why not?
“In life, you never know. Everything is going well right now at City, but one never knows. When you have great teams like this, where there are already great players, it attracts.
“To be part of an adventure like this, a group like this, it is exceptional. Me, working with great players, it is always my goal. It allows you to improve and learn many things.
“In football, you never stop learning. For me, the PSG is a great club.”
Toure believes Paris Saint-Germain could challenge Manchester City for this season's Champions League as they are a 'scary' team.
However the Ivory Coast international believes Real Madrid are the favourites to lift the prestigious Champions League trophy in May.
Toure added: “I see Real Madrid too. It will be tight. But I would say Real.
“And the World Cup, Brazil. They are at home, where they are intractable. Brazil is the favourite.”
Manchester City face Toure's former side Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League - with the first leg taking place at the Etihad Stadium on February 18.