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Former Manchester City star Yaya Toure is reportedly keen on pursuing a Premier League return after terminating his contract with Greek side Olympiacos earlier in the week.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is not desperate to sign a new central midfielder when the transfer window reopens in the New Year.
Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has made a free transfer move to his former club, Olympiacos. The Ivory Coast international played 20 times for the Greek side in 2006 and has signed a two year deal with the club, who finished third in the Greek Super League last season and are looking to improve on their disappointing campaign last time around.
Barcelona are reported to have snubbed the opportunity to re-sign Yaya Toure during the ongoing transfer window.
Lazio midfielder, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has said that Manchester United midfielder Nemanja is his football idol.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has confirmed that his side has snubbed a transfer bid from Manchester City for leading midfielder Jorginho.
West Ham United have reportedly pulled out of the race to sign midfielder Yaya Toure during this summer's transfer window.
Manchester City have reportedly earmarked Chelsea winger Eden Hazard as a potential target to bolster their wider positions during the summer.
Ivory Coast international Yaya Toure is reportedly keen on remaining in the Premier League once his contract with Manchester City expires in the summer.
Yaya Toure could potentially come out of international retirement to represent the Ivory Coast next year, his representative Dimitri Seluk has revealed.
Manchester City have reportedly emerged as surprise candidates to sign Liverpool midfielder Emre Can at the end of the season.
After Manchester City’s 5-0 destruction of Liverpool on Saturday, Kevin de Bruyne has been the subject of a lot of talk and praise because of his efforts on the pitch.
Guardiola has identified Barcelona midfielder Sergi Roberto as the missing piece of the jigsaw which will complete his Manchester City team for next season.
Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain have prioritised the signing of Monaco ace Fabinho this summer following the appointment of new sporting director Antero Henrique.
Yaya Toure has extended his stay in Manchester by signing a new one year contract with Manchester City. Toure's previous deal expired at the end of the season and it was unclear whether he would be offered a new one by the club.
Yaya Toure is confident that he will still be a Manchester City player next season. It looked certain that Toure would leave the Etihad, especially when he found himself exiled from the first team earlier in the season, followed by big more offers from the Chinese Super League.
Both Arsenal and Manchester City won their matches on Wednesday to keep the fight for the Premier League top four alive, going into the final round of fixtures.
Manchester City have reportedly proposed a contract extension for midfielder Yaya Toure beyond the current campaign. The Ivorian will have to take a pay cut on his current salary in order to stay put at the Etihad.
After it was announced by Manchester City that Pablo Zabaleta would not be offered a new contract by the club, West Ham have moved quickly to secure his signature. Zabaleta will be the first signing of what is expected to be a busy summer for the Hammers, as Slaven Bilic looks for a much improved performance next season.
Pep Guardiola will be clearing out his squad this summer, and up to a dozen players might be shown the exit door, according to the Daily Mail.