Cape Town - Yaya Toure's future will be decided in the next couple of weeks, according to the Manchester City midfielder's agent.
The Ivory Coast international is reportedly being tracked by Internazionale manager Roberto Mancini, with whom he produced the best form of his career at the Etihad Stadium.
Toure has one year left on his current contract but with the impending arrival of Pep Guardiola, his future at the club appears to be uncertain as the Spaniard was happy to let him to leave Barcelona to join the Citizens in 2010.
Toure's agent, Dmitri Seluk, maintained the 33-year-old still has various options to explore and that his future would become clearer in the coming days.
"As soon as the club give us the OK, we cannot talk with anybody," Seluk told FC Internews. "Everybody wants Toure, but first we must wait for permission from his club before discussing a possible transfer.
"We've got plenty of options and opportunities, but as I have said, it depends on City. Everybody wants Yaya. When I meet Italian fans, they all ask me to bring him to Serie A, and this is not just Inter fans but also Juventus fans.
"But it's the same with Barcelona fans. We'll see. There's not much time to wait now. As I've said, we will have news within 10 days more or less."