Yaya Toure looks set to make a move to the Premiership this season although there is no news on which club as yet. The Barcelona midfielder has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the past and his agent confirmed a few weeks ago that he would not be joining Arsenal.
“If everything goes well, Yaya will go to England,” said Toure’s agent, Dimitri Seluk. “But we can’t talk about definite clubs. We already have a closed deal, and all will be resolved before the World Cup.”
Some sources suggest the midfielder is Manchester bound, although think it might be the blue side he joins, teaming up with brother Kolo. However, Yaya’s agent claimed last year that “if he does leave Barca he will not go to Manchester City because he will sign for a bigger club.”
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