Manchester City former player Yaya joined Liverpool at the training ground in Austria as they prepare for their next pre-season fixtures. Toure is the current assistant coach of Russian side Akhmat Grozny.
Yaya Toure later wrote in his office twitter account, 'great to meet coach Klopp and watch Liverpool squad training. Top manager and what a humble man, really enjoyed my time with coach Klopp and the lads here today.' It was an exchange of experience trip for Yaya.
Manchester united have reportedly offered huge salary to sign creater midfielder from Bayern Munich. According to Spanish Sports news today the red devils have overtaken Real Madrid in the race to sign Leon Goretzka by offering a deal worth 230,000 euros per week. This huge salary is aimed at convincing £60m valued Goretzka to sign for the red devils over other interested parties.
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