Mourinho wants the former Blaugrana to become the partner of 'dance' of Xabi Alonso.
The problem for blancos is that the Ivorian is a key part of Manchester City.
In addition, midfielder does not hide his excitement about returning to defend the Barça colors.
Real Madrid has launched by the signing of former Barcelona Touré Yayá, one of the stars of Manchester City and new champion of the Premier League. Hiring a class midfielder Xabi Alonso to accompany one of the priorities of José Mourinho ahead of the 2012-13 season. Sahin has not completely convincing, Khedira and Granero not meet their expectations, and Lass looking to lose sight of Luso coach as soon as possible.
Merengue President Florentino Pérez, wants to use his excellent relationship with the City owner, Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed, to address the transfer of Touré Yayá , a player rated at least 40 million euros. If you eat this addition, Pérez would effect a tremendous blow to a player becoming solvent, contrasted and still loved by the fans to pass.
But Touré white dress will not be easy for Madridista president. The Ivorian midfielder, one of the highest paid in the Manchester club, would not charge at Real under 7 million net, what he perceives, for example, Iker Casillas. Only Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaká with 9 'kilos' each year, would earn more than the former Blaugrana. In addition, Touré is a must for a City player next season that will go all out in the Champions League after European failure this year. And this goes through strengthened rather than weakened.
Another problem may encounter with Real Madrid is that Touré still recalls with nostalgia his way through the ranks Blaugrana. A few days ago, the Ivorian had a message on the radio station RAC1, which made clear his feelings for Barça. "It was the most important equipment for me and if they call you do not think twice. Barcelona I love it. If I could, it would be great."
The current City midfielder, 29, left Barcelona at the end of the season 2009-10 (signed in 2007-08) and he blamed his departure directly to Pep Guardiola, who preferred to bet on the squad Sergio Busquets. "If I had spoken to me I would have stayed. I wanted to finish my career at the club," said the Ivorian player after his departure to a Manchester City team which has played 92 games official by signing the not inconsiderable figure of 20 points. (via MD)