Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure is leaving Manchester City and will get a fitting send-off in the Premier League champions' final home game against Brighton next week
Ivory Coast's Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, who turns 35 in May, will return to international football more than three years since his last game
Liverpool’s attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho is the player who scored most of the goals from outside the box in the Premier League.
Toure, 34, played his last game with the national team wearing captain armband in the 2015 African Cup of Nations final.
Yaya Toure has reversed his decision to retire from international football and wants to help bring through the next generation of Ivory Coast players, the Manchester City midfielder has said.
City midfielder Yaya Toure is still happy at his club, although he has played a minor role with the Premier League leaders this season.
Yaya Touré would leave Manchester City at the end of the season, but to stay in the City Football Group.
Scotland's Celtic defender Abib Kolo Toure announced his retirement and his taking of a coaching role at Celtic after a glorious football career.