Manchester City's Yaya Toure rejects TWO transfer bids from Chinese clubs and doesn't fancy Inter Milan either
The 33-year-old wants to stay in England and it's understood there is NO problem with incoming boss Guardiola, who sold him when they were at Barcelona
Clubs in the Chinese Super League and Serie A want Toure but he's not keen
Yaya Toure has turned down TWO mega-bucks offers to move to China.
The Manchester City midfielder will also snub the chance to go to Italian giants Inter Milan, led by his ex-Blues manager Roberto Mancini, this summer.
Ivory Coast international Toure , who has one year left on his current £230,000-a-week deal at City, is determined to stay in the Premier League and does not want to leave English football.
Mirror Sport understands that there is no problem between Toure and incoming City boss Pep Guardiola , even though the Spaniard was in charge when he was sold from Barcelona in 2010.
Chinese clubs Shanghai SIPG and Jiangsu Suning both offered the 33-year-old deals in excess of £300,000-a-week.
Inter are also keen and remain long-term admirers but Toure does not want to go to Italy, the San Siro outfit cannot match his wages and it is highly unlikely City would agree to subsidise any contract. Toure's first priority is to stay in England, and he is proving it by turning down these lucrative pay-days in the Far East.