Liverpool defender Kolo Toure is considering his options ahead of the summer transfer window according to the Echo.
“It’s been a difficult season for all the team and everyone at the club as we haven’t done as well as last season,” Toure told the Liverpool ECHO.
“For me, there’s a decision to be taken. I am looking around and seeing what’s best for my family. I’m talking with my wife to see what that decision will be.”
Toure was close to agreeing terms with Trabzonspor last summer but decided to stay and fight for his place at Liverpool.
The Ivory Coast international has only made 44 appearances for Liverpool since joining in 2013.
Toure has been on the bench for the Reds last four games and has stated that he wants first team football next season.
“It’s a difficult decision because since I’ve been here things have been good. I’ve really enjoyed it, even though it’s difficult when you don’t play a lot. I’m a competitor and I want to play more,” he added.
Trabzonspor are still reported to be interested in Toure and he would be expected to play more regularly with the Black Sea Storm.
The Süper Lig outfit are currently sixth in the league, just one point behind fourth placed Başakşehir.