Yaya Toure could leave Manchester City in the summer.
That is according to the player’s agent, who has spoken out about Toure's future once again.
Speaking to SportItalia, Dimitri Seluk admitted he is willing to discuss a move with any possible suitors.
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“He will not move in January. However in the summer things can change,” Seluk said, reported Manchester Evening News.
“We are ready to listen to any offers that are on the table.”
Seluk has been a constant stirrer over the past few seasons and this isn’t the first time he has stated Toure could leave the Sky Blues. Last May, Seluk claimed the Ivorian was “90 per cent certain” to leave City ahead of the 2015-16 season.
Two years ago Seluk accused City of disrespecting Toure for failing to celebrate his 31st birthday properly, reported the Telegraph.
The Russian also criticised Manuel Pellegrini last May, calling the City boss “a weak manager”.
But Seluk was unable to create a rift between player and manager, with Toure admitting he stayed in Manchester “because of Manuel.”
The former Barcelona player has been linked with a move to Inter Milan, who are currently managed by former City manager Roberto Mancini. Toure has failed to dominant matches on a regular basis this season, his lackadaisical approach causing growing frustration among City fans.
For that reason, it’s easy to see Toure departing the club in the summer. His contract runs until 2017 and City could still receive a hefty sum for his services by selling him at the end of this season. According to reports, City are hoping to replace Pellegrini at the end of the season with Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola - the same manager who sold Toure to City in 2010.