Ex-Barca star has a contract at Eastlands until 2017.
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has once again cast huge doubt over his future at the Premier League champions by claiming that it would be an “honour” to one day play for the Ligue 1 title holders Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports in the Guardian.
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The brilliant Ivory Coast international has already raised some question marks as to whether he will still be at Eastlands next season after saying that he was not loved enough by his current employers in the north west after supposedly no one at City remembered his recent 31st birthday.
And with Toure also then suggesting that he would like to return to play for his former club FC Barcelona, who the playmaker left to join City for in July 2010 in a deal worth £24m, these latest remarks given in an interview with French sports daily France Football, will only serve to add more doubt to the player’s future with the mega-rich Premier League giants this summer.
“Given the goals of Paris, how could you not be interested in a club like that?” Toure said. “PSG have become one of the strongest teams in Europe. It would be a honour to one day play for a club like that. If I can be of service [then good].
“Given the magnificent season Manchester City have had, everyone talks about me and everything is open. My agent, Dimitry [Seluk], is hanging on the telephone and he knows what he has to do, I have complete confidence in him. Nobody knows what can happen tomorrow, my attention is on the World Cup and we will see afterwards.”
Toure, 31, managed to register an impressive 20 goals and nine assists in total in his 35 Premier League outings for the champions in the previous campaign.