Yaya Toure transfer news: Joining PSG would be 'an honour' says unsettled Manchester City midfielder
The Ivory Coast international is understood to be unsettled at the Etihad
Yaya Toure has again indicated his future could lie away from Manchester City after saying it would be an "honour" to play for French champions Paris Saint-Germain.
The Ivorian midfielder, one of the stand-out players of the Premier League season, is apparently unsettled at the Etihad. The reason for his unhappiness stems from a perceived lack of respect from the club after they failed to celebrate the 31-year-old's birthday earlier this month.
"There is a big possibility Yaya will leave this summer. He is very upset. What happened at his birthday means the club don't care about him. It was proof," said Dimitri Seluk, the former Barcelona midfielder's agent.
Speculation over a possible exit from the Premier League champions has ensued with Toure saying he will make a statement over his future after the World Cup.
But in the meantime he appears to have flirted with a possible switch to Ligue 1 side PSG.
"When I think about objectives of Paris Saint-Germain, how can you not be interested in a club like that?" he told France Football.
"PSG have become a European power. It'd be an honour to be part of such a club one day... if I can be of use."
There has also been speculation over a possible return to the Nou Camp if Toure does leave Manchester City.
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