London: Defender Kolo Toure has warned Manchester City that he could quit the club next month to join French side Paris St Germain if he is not played regularly.
Toure struggled to make the first team this season and was handed a six-week fine by the Premier League leaders last month.
Toure said he was surprised City hit him with a 720,000 pounds fine for his six-month drugs ban, a leading daily reports.
"It`s hard to foresee oneself leaving during the January window when you`re at City. But everything can happen very quickly in football. It`ll depend on how much playing time I get," he said.
"Could I be interested in Paris St Germain? Again, it`ll all be down to game time I get with City. I want to play matches and if things don`t progress I`ll ask myself questions.
"PSG are a big club these days, like City, Arsenal or AC Milan. They want to become one of the world`s best clubs and are investing money in great players. They`re not to be sneezed at. I can`t think of a single player who would refuse to join PSG," Toure said.