Ivory Coast international Yaya Toure looks set to join one of either English Premier League clubs Fulham or Watford.
The 35-year-old's agent, Dimitry Seluk, has been tweeting cryptic messages/clues on his official Twitter page over the past couple of days and the latest suggests that Toure is on his way to either Craven Cottage or Vicarage Road. (One for the Cluedo fanatics).
Seluk confirmed earlier this week that the former Manchester City midfielder had passed a medical in London and was close to signing a contract with a club in England's capital,
He further stated that Toure would not be joining Crystal Palace nor West Ham United. Seluk dropped his biggest hint yet on Thursday, tweeting that the club the former Barcelona man is set to join played against Burnley this month.
London clubs Fulham and Watford played against Premier League rivals Burnley over the past two weeks, leaving the two clubs as front-runners to land the midfielder - logically so in any case.
Toure won three Premier League titles, three EFL Cups and a FA Cup in his time at Manchester City, scoring 79 goals - many of which were vital to the club's success over the past decade. In total he made 316 appearances for City across all competitions.