Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has hinted that French Ligue 1 is likely to be his next destination.
The Ivorian confirmed a couple of days ago that he would be leaving Manchester City when his contract expired in the summer.
And it appears that a move to French Ligue 1 is on the cards, with Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain rumoured to be interested in the 32-year-old.
“Monaco are a great club that want to progress like Paris,” Toure explained to French newspaper L’Equipe. “It can be a very good option indeed with my experience.”
Monaco are targeting a number of high-profile players as they look to reinforce the squad in the summer, with Kolo Toure just one of the footballers they are looking at.
The Ivorian has spent his entire professional career in England, making over 300 Premier League appearances for Arsenal and Manchester City, but it appears he is set for a new challenge.
Toure has seen little playing time at Etihad of late, starting just 16 league matches over the last two seasons.