Former Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure, who left Manchester City after the close of the season has revealed his future plans and desires to prove Guardiola wrong for letting him go in an uncelebrated manner.
According to his agent Dimitri Seluk in an interview with Sport24, Toure is not happy with the treatment he received from the Citizens manager and the player ready to prove to him that he still has a lot to give to football in the upcoming season.
Seluk also admits that his client is not short of suitors as there are clubs who have made contact with him over the possibility of signing the 35-year-old midfield maestro when the summer transfer window officially begins in July.
Though there are numerous offers trooping in for the player’s signature, Seluk suggest that Toure would love to join a club from the top-six in the Premier League.
This means Toure will be very glad to join one of Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea or Tottenham for as low as a £1-a-week contract.
Mourinho, who is known to have a good working relationship with African players, could be very eager to make a swift move for the Ivorian legend considering the part he played in Manchester City’s League triumph in the 2012-13 season.
With Toure’s lower asking price, it wouldn’t be surprising if there are top European clubs coming around to compete for his service despite his age.