Ivorian midfielder considering his future at the club.
Manchester City’s Yaya Toure will wait until the end of the season before deciding his next move according to The Mirror.
The powerhouse midfielder has reportedly expressed his unhappiness with life at the Etihad in recent weeks.
The player is thought to feel undervalued by the City after they failed to offer him a new contract.
Toure set the club a deadline of last Sunday to begin negotiations over a new deal. The player has just two years remaining on his current contract but the club have insisted they will not begin talks with any of their players until the end of the season.
Toure has become a key part of Roberto Mancini’s side since joining the club from Barcelona for a fee of £24 million in 2010.
He played an integral role in the side that went on to lift the Premier League trophy last season.
City have fallen away in the title race this year and Mancini is known to be keen to revitalise his squad this summer.
Toure is not expected to be one of the players Mancini moves on though as the Ivorian has been one of City’s better players this season.
Real Madrid and PSG are all thought to be ready to make a move should the player decide he wishes to leave the club.