​Yaya Toure comes out of int’l retirement, agrees to play for Ivory Coast again


Manchester City and Ivory Coast midfielder, Yaya Toure has ended his international retirement.

According to the Manchester City star’s agent, Dimitri Seluk, Toure is ready to play for his country they call him.
The 34-year-old had last played for his country in September 2016.
“Yaya @YayaToure has decided to return to Ivory Coast national team. He wants to win another trophy with the Elephants of Ivory Coast,” Seluk tweeted on Tuesday.
Toure was part of the Ivory Coast side which won the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, having won over 100 caps for Ivory Coast.
But Seluk’s tweet suggests he has no imminent thoughts of retiring from football, even though Ivory Coast failed to qualify for next year’s World Cup.