Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has turned down a £430,000-a-week offer from China. Toure, 33, who has made 12 appearances for Manchester City this season, scoring four goals was the subject of interest from the Chinese Super League last summer.
He decided against moving then and gave the same response when he was contacted again to say the offer remained open during the current transfer window, which closes on 31 January. He has been a regular for the club since he was recalled in November and started his seventh consecutive game in the 4-0 defeat at Everton in the Premier League on 15 January.
Toure has been free to sign pre-contract agreements with clubs overseas since 1 January but it is understood he still enjoys the English game. New rules stipulate that Chinese clubs will be able to field a maximum of three foreign players per game when the new season starts in March.