Roberto Mancini says it is up to Manchester City defender Kolo Toure to decide whether he wants to join Turkish club Bursaspor.
Toure has been unable to reclaim his first-team spot at City on a regular basis since returning from a six-month ban for failing a drugs test and he started only eight Premier League games last season.
Bursaspor revealed earlier this month that they were in talks over a deal for the 31-year-old, whose agent subsequently told Sky Sports that Toure's priority is to focus on a new season with City.
However, Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal are also keen on the Ivory Coast international and Mancini has suggested the centre-half has a decision to make on his future.
Mancini, though, also questioned whether Bursaspor would be able to afford Toure, who joined City in a £16million deal from Arsenal three years ago.
The City boss said in The Sun: "It's up to Kolo to decide if he wants to go to Bursaspor or not, however, can they meet his demands?"