Kolo Toure looks set to leave Liverpool, after agreeing personal terms with Turkish club Trabzonspor, according to the Metro.
Toure only joined the Reds 12 months ago on a free transfer from Manchester City, but now looks set to leave the club after a bid of £1.6million was accepted.
Toure has fallen down the pecking order at Anfield following the arrival of £20million defender Dejan Lovren from Southampton.
The former Arsenal and Manchester City man managed 20 appearances last season, as the Reds came agonisingly close to a first Premier League title.
Reports in Turkey suggest Toure will finalise his move next week, after meeting Trabzonspor manager Vahid Halilhodzic.
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