Toure reveals Reds appeal
The 26-year-old holding midfielder penned a new deal at the Camp Nou in the summer but, having started just four games so far this season, is thought to be frustrated enough to seek a move elsewhere.
The Ivory Coast international was tipped to move to Eastlands after Blues captain Kolo admitted he would love to play alongside his younger brother.
But after the player's agent, Dimitri Seluk, ruled out big-spending City as a possible destination, fellow Premier League heavyweights Arsenal and United were touted as possible contenders for the enforcer's signature at the end of the current campaign.
And Toure has revealed that he is an admirer of the aforementioned English duo, as well as Jose Mourinho's Inter in Italy.
"I am a Barcelona player," he told skysports.com.
"But Arsenal, Inter Milan and Manchester United are all great teams with great managers."