Obviously, it has long been a puzzle of the future of the Ivory Coast, Yaya Toure, after his contract with Manchester City officially ended this summer. He was armed with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, in the end this 35-year-old player who decided to return to his former club, Olympiakos Piraeus.
Yaya Toure at Manchester City has been doubtful since the arrival of manager Pep Guardiola in the summer transfer window in 2016 ago. At that time, the Ivory Coast midfielder could not enter into the plan, but also had to be expelled from Manchester City for the European Champions League.
The situation said to have caused a conflict between Guardiola and Yaya Toure’s transfer agent, but in the end the situation improved, Yaya remained at the club until his contract expires this summer. With free transfer status, Ivory Coast players are called several European countries, such as PSG and Manchester United.
“This is a pride to return to Olympiakos. When I left in 2006, I said I wanted to go back and I was happy to fulfill that. I know many offers from clubs throughout Europe, Asia and the United States.”
“In the end, I made a decision based on the special relationship I have with this extraordinary club. Now I am hungry to achieve success, this is the same as making me first arrive here a few years ago and I can’t wait to help this club win the trophy that would be worthy of great Olympiacos fans. Now it’s time to speak my abilities Speak once more. Let’s do this!” said Toure on his official website.