Yaya Toure is on his technique to London searching for a brand new membership after having his contract at Olympiacos terminated after simply three months.The Ivorian midfielder loved a profitable eight years at Manchester Metropolis, and is now heading again to the UK to discover a momentary membership to coach with.
Toure has performed simply 4 occasions this season – none of which a full 90 minutes – and he’s eager to enhance his health earlier than signing a short-term deal this season.
Sportsmail understands Toure’s agent will method plenty of top-flight golf equipment, together with the likes of West Ham and Crystal Palace, however any deal could also be dear for the golf equipment concerned.
The 35-year-old has already turned down affords from China and MLS, together with his coronary heart set on a transfer again to the Premier League. Toure was granted British citizenship this 12 months and has a household house in London, which means his most well-liked transfer could be in or across the capital.
He signed for former membership Olympiacos in September, having left Manchester Metropolis on a free switch after eight years on the Etihad Stadium. Nevertheless, he has performed simply 5 occasions, and parted methods with the membership on Tuesday after attending coaching to say goodbye to his team-mates.
In a press release, the Greek membership wrote: ‘Olympiacos FC and Yaya Toure want to announce to the followers that they’ve mutually agreed to finish their cooperation.‘Yaya is and stays an necessary member of the Olympiacos household, who has marked a central a part of the historical past of the membership. Olympiacos want to thank him for every part he has supplied to the membership.
‘Yaya will stay deeply dedicated to the membership and desires to Olympiacos plenty of success.‘Yaya is leaving as a buddy and the doorways at Olympiacos will at all times be open for him. Our paths will certainly cross once more.’ In line with Greek radio station Sport24, Toure leaves after reportedly falling wanting the expectations of supervisor Pedro Martins.