The midfielder put in a shocking performance in the Champions League semi final loss.
Manchester City were knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday as Real Madrid progressed to the final.
A goal from Gareth Bale proved to be the difference as the La Liga giants ran out 1-0 winners to set up a final clash with rivals Atletico Madrid.
In truth it could have been much worse for Manuel Pellegrini’s side as Madrid created several chances throughout the game, with Bale coming closest to a second as he hit the bar with a header.
It was a disappointing display all round from City, who failed to muster a shot on target or put a glove on their opponents in the game.
Several of their key players failed to turn up but reacting on Twitter, it was Yaya Toure who received the most criticism.
Pep allowing Yaya Toure to join Guangzhou Evergrande in the Summer will be a fantastic piece of business which I look forward to seeing— Brodie. (@Jordan_Swfc) May 4, 2016
Hope Yaya Toure like Schezwan & Soy sauce on his cake. Bye big lad, thanks for the memories...hope you got shaolin soccer boots for China.— Hemant Abhishek (@hemant10) May 4, 2016
Genuinely gutted! But frustrated from the half effort from a few players! @YayaToure if that's your version of pressing Jesus Christ!!— will power (@Mcfc1793Will) May 4, 2016
@YayaToure why did you go to Madrid for? Leave the club now, it's pretty clear you don't like to wear blue anymore. Go now !!!— Sebastian Moreno (@Juan182) May 4, 2016
Yaya Toure is actually a joke. I genuinely don't think he managed more than 100 metres. His heat map from tonight looks like the Japan flag.— Ryan Watkins (@RyanWatkins20) May 4, 2016
Fair play to Yaya Toure tonight. He made playing in a Champions League semi-final look effortless.— dean lane (@deanlane96) May 4, 2016
After tonight's performance I would've be happy to say good bye to @YayaToure he's done so much for the club but his time is clearly over— Fernandinho's Hat (@FernandinhosHat) May 4, 2016
After this latest lacklustre display, it is hard to see Toure having a long-term future at the Etihad.
Pep Guardiola is arriving at the club in the summer and is likely to oversee a major overhaul of the playing squad to suit his needs.
Toure is one of those many are expecting to leave, with Guardiola having sold him to City during his time in charge in Barcelona.
And on this display, it seems he could be set to be sold by the Spaniard for a second time.