Kolo Toure is on the verge of signing a new twelve month contract with Liverpool, according to the Mail Online.
The centre-back moved to Anfield from Manchester City in the summer of 2013, and has since made forty-five appearances in all competitions for the Merseyside club though just seven of those were league starts this season.
Having originally moved to England in 2002 at just twenty years old, the Ivory Coast international is keen to finish his career in the Premier League.
During his thirteen seasons in the English top-flight, Toure has won league titles and FA Cup’s with both Arsenal and City, while internationally he was part of his country’s squad that won the Africa Cup of Nations.
Toure was a second-half substitute as Liverpool were thrashed 6-1 at Stoke City in their final game of the season of Sunday afternoon – a result that saw Brendan Rodgers side slip to sixth place.