Yaya Toure is set for proper talks with Manchester City over his doubtful future before the end of next week.
The City midfielder is due to join his mates in the summer tour of the USA by July 24 and Manuel Pellegrini is keen to clear up his future as soon as possible, according to the reports from Guardian.
Toure’s stay at Manchester City was looking doubtful, when he allegedly said, the club never remembered his birthday, and for that his agent claimed he could leave the Manchester club.
Few weeks, later, he told France Football, that the club didn’t allow him visit his brother while he was sick, after which his brother died when he was on international duty in Brazil.
Toure is yet to meet with Manchester city’s coach Manuel Pellegrini or other club officials to discuss the issues behind his complains and his agent Dimitry Seluk has continued to make remarks about him, including that he would have won the Ballon d’Or ‘if he was white’.
With Manchester city looking to defend their Premier League title, the club will do everything possible to keep their last season’s top scorer in the club.
The talks should take place before City’s clash with AC Milan in Pittsburgh on Sunday 27th July.