Juventus are eyeing a summer swoop for Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, according to Turin-based daily Tuttosport.

Inter Milan were widely linked with a move for the Ivorian last summer, but the midfielder decided against leaving Manchester City, despite contrary reports of him being on the verge of a departure.

And with another transfer window approaching, speculation is again rampant that Toure could finally call time on his Manchester City career, with Juventus believed to be his main suitors.

It has been claimed that the Bianconeri are interested in the 32-year-old midfielder, and are confident that an offer of around €6m to €7m could convince Manchester City to sell the veteran Ivorian.

While his wage package of around €10m could be problematic of Juventus, the Italian champions are reasonably confident of reaching a compromise with Toure if Manchester City agree to sell him.  


And with Pep Guardiola set to take over the reins at Manchester City in the summer, there is speculation that Toure is keen to move out to seek pastures new before the next campaign starts.

The Ivorian joined Manchester City from Barcelona in 2010, and has a contract until the end of next season with the club.