Liverpool lead Premier League race to sign Yaya Toure

Liverpool are heading the race to sign Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, according Ladbrokes

The Tipster
By The Tipster

Liverpool is Yaya Toure’s most likely destination should the Ivorian remain in the Premier League, according to Ladbrokes.

With Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Man City expected to signal the end of Toure’s career at the Etihad, a host of clubs are racing to grab his signature.

A move to China tops the betting at 2/1, with Inter Milan heading the list of European destinations at 5/2.

Should the midfield star choose to remain on English shores however, then a short hop along the M62 to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool leads the way at 5/1.

Shipping across the Atlantic to join an MLS side is a 4/1 shot, as is a move to PSG.

Former Man City boss Stuart Pearce has called on Arsenal to snap Toure up, but the bookies make such a move as likely as Manchester United signing the free-kick ace at 20/1.

Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News said: “Pep’s arrival all but spells out the end for Yaya Toure at Man City, and if he sticks around in the Premier League, it’s Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp who are leading the chase.”L


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