Cape Town - The future of Yaya
Toure at Manchester City has been thrown into further doubt after the player
admitted it would be "an honour" to play for Paris Saint-Germain.
"When I think about the
objectives of Paris Saint-Germain how can you not be interested in a club like
that?" he told France Football.
Toure, the Ivory Coast international, has been making the
headlines in British press for some time now after the player was left fuming
after City failed to publicly acknowledged his recent birthday.
Toure subsequently said he would clarify his plans for the
future after the Soccer World Cup, which gets under way in Brazil in June.
However, it appears Toure is open to the suggestion of swapping
Manchester for Paris. Toure, one of Africa's biggest stars, said that it would
be an honour for him to be part of PSG one day if he could be of use.
Toure has been immensely successful at Manchester City since
moving from Barcelona. He has two premier League winners medals, a FA Cup medal
and a League Cup medal and is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in
the game at the moment.