That’s according to the Ivory Coast international’s agent Dmitry Selyuk, who says his client is willing to accept a salary of just £1 a week to make a deal happen.
Toure is a free agent having not been offered an extension to his Manchester City contract, which expires at the end of the month.
The 35-year-old, who started just one Premier League game this season, has burned his bridges with Guardiola by accusing the City boss of not liking African players.
And Selyuk has now revealed Toure is planning to stay in England in order to get one over on Guardiola next season.
“Yaya has many offers from different countries, where they are ready to pay a lot of money, but we decided to dedicate the next season to Guardiola,” Selyuk told Russian outlet Sport24.
“And to prove and show the fans of Manchester City that Yaya has not finished with football. He is full of energy and wants to play this season in England.
“At a time when huge sums are being spent in England for the purchase of football players, I officially declare that Yaya is ready to move as a free agent to any English club of the top six with a salary of £1 a week. But for certain successes to make a bonus system.
“I believe that a player like Yaya would not reject Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool. Yaya is a winner.
“And never before has a top footballer with leadership qualities rejected any club, especially when they don’t have to pay for it.”
Selyuk, infamous for claiming City did not mark Toure’s birthday, went on to put the boot into Guardiola for the way he replaced Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad.
“He came to Manchester City in a nasty method,” Selyuk added.
“The transfer was announced at a time when Pellegrini, his co-worker in the coaching department, was still at the helm of the team.
“Guardiola was afraid that Pellegrini would win the championship and other tournaments that season.”
Selyuk did not stop there though, going on to slam the Spaniard for his stint at Bayern Munich and his current trophy-haul at City.
“If you assign my grandmother to Bayern, the team will still become the champion,” said Selyuk.
“It’s always the way of Guardiola; come to the club with a huge budget, which without him all the time becomes a champion.
“Once again: the act of Guardiola towards Pellegrini, who reached the Champions League semi-final that year, was nasty. But that is how Guardiola acts a lot.
“What has Guardiola achieved? In two years he has won the same as Roberto Mancini or Pellegrini.
“And Pellegrini reached the semi-finals of the Champions League and Guardiola has not.
“I bet that Guardiola will not win the Champions League during this time, no matter how much money he has spent.”
Mickleach.com is your news, entertainment, music & fashion website. We provide you with the latest news and videos straight from the entertainment industry.