The Manchester City midfielder, 33, is out of contract at the end of the season.
Dimitri Seluk, who represents Toure, admits he’s likely to leave and admits he would be open to joining City’s fierce rivals.
He told Sky Sports: “If Manchester United make an offer I will negotiate, no problem.
“A move to Manchester United, Liverpool or Arsenal would be considered.”
Toure started the season out of City’s first-team plans after his agent had a row with Pep Guardiola. It was eventually patched up after Seluk apologised but Toure’s return to the first-team fray is likely to be a short-term one.
That’s despite the former Barcelona man declaring yesterday that he wanted to remain at the Etihad.
Toure told Sky Sports: “I definitely want to stay. I love this football club.
“To be honest, the manager was the one who tried to get my best. Last year I was overweight, it was a difficult situation, there were a lot of problems with my family.
“I was talking with him most of the time and people were not seeing that on the screen.
“He is the guy that made me come back and that’s why I want to show him he was right.”