LONDON. — Yaya Toure could leave Manchester City this summer, according to his agent. The Ivory Coast midfielder turns 33 in May and will have two years left on a £240,000-a-week contract that City are unlikely to extend. Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini, who signed Toure for City in a £24millon from Barcelona in 2010, has made no secret he would like to take the midfielder to Serie A. And Toure’s agent Dimitri Seluk told SportItalia: “He will not move in January. However in the summer things can change. We are ready to listen to any offers that are on the table.”
If, as expected, Pep Guardiola, takes over from Manuel Pellegrini as City boss this summer, it could hasten Toure’s departure after six years at the Etihad Stadium. — The Daily Express.