Yaya Toure Fuels Exit Rumours

Yaya Toure upset & relishing his chances of returning to Camp Nou

Yaya Toure upset & relishing his chances of returning to Camp Nou

Source: Pascal P-unit Marima
(@Im_Pascal)

Manchester City midfielder, Yaya Toure, has admitted that he does not know where his future lies and insisted he would like to finish his career at Barcelona.

Toure has played for the Catalan giants between 2007 and 2010 and is now openly playing with the idea of returning to Camp Nou following a birthday row with his current club Manchester City.

“Yes, I have talked before about ending my career at Barcelona – but we don’t know because football is moving fast and you never know about tomorrow,” Toure told beIN Sports in a TV interview on Monday night.

“My agent, Dimitry, is always on the phone and he knows what he has to do because I trust him a lot.

“The main thing now is just to try and focus on the World Cup and he knows what he has to do because we were always open about everything and I am able to talk with him for a couple of days now.

“Because of the brilliant season Manchester City have had, everybody is talking about me and everything is open and we don’t know tomorrow.”

Following first claims on Tuesday morning, Toure’s agent has reiterated that Manchester City must give their superstar more respect after his 24 goals helped his team to win the League Cup and the Premier League title.

“One year ago we were talking about respect at the club again,” the agent told Sky Sports News on Tuesday evening. “It’s not what they do and not what they don’t do.

You cannot buy a relationship. They must do it from the heart.

My opinion is if player like Yaya gives everything to a club then the club must respect him.

“We don’t ask for money or presents. We are just talking about attention. Some clubs send flowers to families. This is the main thing.

Maybe at Man City they don’t know what this is. After the World Cup he will speak.”

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