Ivorian wants to leave after being mistreated by the Citizens’ management.
Manchester City star Yaya Toure is set to hold talks about his future at the club during the English champions’ pre-season tour to the USA, reports the Metro.
The 31-year old midfielder was involved in a spat with the Citizens’ management earlier this summer after he claimed that they had not given him sufficient recognition on his birthday and that they did not allow him to see his terminally ill brother Ibrahim, who eventually passed away last month.
City though are adamant that they will not let their star player leave as he has been a major influence on their Premier League title wins in 2011-12 and last season.
French giants Paris Saint-Germain are hoping to take advantage of the serious rift between City and Toure by moving in for him, but the Eastlands club want their experienced Chilean boss Manuel Pellegrini to troubleshoot.
It remains to be seen what is the outcome of the talks, but things don’t look good for the English champions, who could lose arguably their best player in this transfer window.
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