Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure says goodbye to the Sky Blues’ fans after playing his last game for the club in a 3-1 victory at home to Brighton. He has been their all-time hero, to be remembered for the sizable impact he had at the Etihad. He got honor after the match, gifts and goodbyes, with a lifetime seasonal ticket at Man City. With all these being said, we will take you through Yaya Toure’s Lifestyle.
6. Networth – $70 Million
— Yaya Touré (@YayaToure) January 15, 2018
Ivorian footballer Yaya Toure has total assets of $70 million. Most of this comes from his £220,000 Manchester City weekly wage, and the sponsorship deal with Puma. In 2015 he became the face of Nissan’s advertising on that continent.
5. Beliefs and Practices: Muslim
Yaya Toure Best Player muslim pic.twitter.com/2KBetar6hs
— Agus Kurniawan (@agusCTWD) March 28, 2014
Toure is a Muslim. He once turned down the traditional Man of the Match champagne after a Premier League match against Newcastle United in keeping with his religious beliefs.
4. Siblings: Kolo, Ibrahim & Aicha Toure
This is the first time Kolo Toure and Yaya Toure will have played against each other in their careers. pic.twitter.com/Dbs29rjtTo
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) March 1, 2015
Yaya is the younger brother of Kolo Touré, who was his teammate at Beveren, Manchester City, and the Ivorian national team.
— THΞ BLΛCK MΞSSÎΛH (@Fakazi_S) June 20, 2014
Their younger brother Ibrahim Touré was also a footballer. Unfortunately, he died on 19 June 2014 at the age of 28 after a short battle with cancer. Their sister is Aicha Toure.