The agent of Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has left the door open to a possible exit from the club in the summer but insists nothing will happen in January.
The influential playmaker was heavily linked with a move to Inter last summer, but instead opted to remain at the Etihad Stadium for another season.
While a move to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza would allow the Ivory Coast international to secure a reunion with former boss Roberto Mancini, it remains to be seen whether or not City’s plans beyond this summer convince him to stay.
“He won’t move in January, but in the summer everything could change,” agent Dimitri Seluk told Sportitalia, as noted by Football Italia.
“We’re ready to listen to every offer that will come to the table.”
Doubts remain over Manuel Pellegrini’s long-term future in Manchester, with Pep Guardiola hinting that he will move to the Premier League at the end of the season after announcing that he would be leaving Bayern Munich.
While the Spanish tactician has since apologised for his remarks as he conceded that it unfairly put pressure on those currently in the top jobs, it remains to be seen whether or not he gets his move to England and if it is indeed at City.
In turn, that could be a determining factor for Toure who will hope to continue to be a focal point for the team, otherwise a move to Italy could well become a more intriguing option.