Yaya Toure's not so good relationship with Pep Guardiola means the midfielder is expected to leave the club in the summer.
Reports in the English media today suggest Toure is determined to stay in England, and is ready to reject offers from Inter and Chinese clubs, although that might not be the case if you believe the Italian media.
According to Italian website Leggo Sport, Yaya Toure's agent is set to arrive in Milan ahead of the Champions League finals with the intention of 'testing the waters' with all interested clubs.
It is reported Roberto Mancini is very keen on a reunion, and Inter are in pole position, but the likes of Juventus and Paris-Saint Germain are also lurking around.
Inter president, Erick Thohir, is also expected to land in Milan this morning, and is expected to meet Seluk between today and tomorrow, and discuss the details of any possible transfer.
Leggo Sport reckon Inter could offer Toure a 2 or 3 year contract, and wages of €11m each season, which seems to be a bit unlikely for a Serie A team, except if Manchester City allow Toure to leave on a free or for a nominal fee.
It is reported Yaya Toure has received big offers from China, and it's very likely he'll demand huge wages wherever he goes next, but it remains to be seen, if Inter would want to pay such high wages for him.