Yaya Toure agrees Olympiakos transfer despite Dimitry Seluk flirting with London move

Yaya Toure has found a new club

Yaya Toure has found a new club

Toure, who won three Premier League titles, two League Cups and one FA Cup in his time at City, fell out of favour under Pep Guardiola, starting only one league game in his final season at the club.

Touré has been a free agent since his contract with Manchester City finished at the end of last season, and it seems suitors haven't exactly been queuing around the block for his signature.

Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure is closing on a move to Olympiakos, sources close to the Greek club have told ESPN FC.

Sven-Goran Eriksson says "proud" Yaya Toure would not sign for any club if he knew he could not do the job, comparing the midfielder to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

He then ruled out moves for Crystal Palace and West Ham, fuelling talk Arsenal could be about to win the race for his signature.

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The Ivory Coast worldwide moved to the Greek side in 2005 and won the double.

The Greek side are now in England as they set to face Burnley in the Europa League qualifier on Thursday.

Olympiakos lead Burnley 3-1 on aggregate after a brilliant first-leg display. "The last place is not for him".

Toure was keen to remain in the Premier League but had no concrete offer on the table to seal a deal.

The Premier League transfer window may be closed but European clubs can still buy from English teams and managers are planning for the future so we'll bring you all the latest gossip.

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