Manchester City are ready to sell fringe defender Kolo Toure this summer, The Sun understands.
The 31-year-old has fallen behind Vincent Kompany and Joleon Lescott in the pecking order and he is now looking to leave the club in search of first team football.
The Sun claims Turkish side Bursaspor and several Middle East clubs have shown interest in the experienced defender and it is believed Manchester City will not stand in his way.
The Citizens, however, plan to get back at least some of the money invested in the Ivorian.
Toure joined Manchester City in an €18.7 million move from Arsenal in July 2009 and he quickly become an important player at Etihad Stadium.
The Ivorian then lost his place in the starting line-up to Joleon Lescott and had a small part to play in team’s push for the Premier League title last season.
Toure featured in just 14 Premier League games last term, while making another three appearances in the European competitions.