Manchester City star Yaya Toure has rejected two offers worth £30 million from China according to reports.
The 33 year old has one year left on his £220k-per-week deal and he is likely to leave the club with new manager Pep Guardiola’s arrival.
Toure was heavily linked with a move to Internazionale, a reunion with former City manager Roberto Mancini was on the cards but according to reports the Ivory Coast international wants to stay in the Premier League.
Toure has had a rough campaign this season scoring just six goals in twenty nine appearances, compared to his ten goals the previous campaign and twenty goals a year before that.
But Toure believes he still has a lot to offer and will be looking to take inspiration from his brother Kolo, who under Jurgen Klopp has rejuvenated himself.
Pep Guardiola oversaw the sale of Toure from Barcelona to City in 2010, and it is believed with the bad run of form, the Spanish coach will likely be willing to let go of the prolific midfielder.