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Is Yaya Toure living Man City at the end of the season ?


Yaya Toure
Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure the African footballer of the year is undeniably very important for the English premiership club Manchester City. However, some of his recent statements suggest that he is open for any thing at the end of the season. Though his living the club is not very certain, but as he put it, he is open to “new challenges.”

“Since I started playing football, I had a dream as a little boy. Today, I am living the dream of thousands of little boys. I represent my continent, Africa, and that has no price. No amount of wages will make me stay at a club if I feel that I no longer belong there or if no challenge exists for me,” he told Foot Mercato.

“It would be unjust on my part. There comes a moment where numbers don’t stop us, it goes beyond that, even if the English press seem more interested in the numbers than the sport itself. For the future, I don’t know more than you do, because I will always go where I am offered new challenges. That is in my nature.”

PSG are potential suitors, with Touré stating that “you never close the door to a big club” in an interview with a French radio station last year.

“In the past I have given my opinion on PSG, which went on to inspire a lot of your journalist colleagues,” he said. “PSG is a great club who, I think, is not finished growing and also a big club where any great player can find a place for themselves and make a contribution.”

Touré’s Ivory Coast team-mate, Serge Aurier – who moved to PSG from Toulouse last year – also revealed that he has spoken to him about the club. “We talked a little bit,” the right-back said. “No one can refuse Paris. He is tempted by Paris, but I don’t do the negotiations.

“I spoke to him about it, Paris interests him but it’s important that the club and the player agree on certain things. After discussing with him, he sees himself at Paris one day.”
Touré has been singled out for City’s failings this season and he admitted that criticism has taken its toll.

“When things are not necessarily going well in a club, the key players take the fall,” he said.

“I am not the only one to have been attacked even if there is tendency to be harsher with me … Football is my passion, my job and that gives me two good reasons to do as well as I can. I accept criticism if it helps me to improve and I ignore them when their aim is simply to break me.

“When I arrived at City, [Manuel] Pellegrini was not the coach. Just like the players, managers arrive and leave. As I have said before, I owe it to the City fans to fight just until the end of my career at this club, just as much as I owe it to myself and my continent. My decisions will not be affected by changes in management, but more by the challenges that will be offered to me.”

PSG are potential suitors. “In the past I have given my opinion on PSG, which went on to inspire a lot of your journalist colleagues,” he said. “PSG is a great club who, I think, is not finished growing and also a big club where any great player can find a place for themselves and make a contribution.”

Roberto Mancini, Internazionale’s coach and his former City manager, would also like to buy Touré. “Mancini is a mentor for me, he is a special coach,” said the midfielder. “It is no secret that I loved the time when he was boss here, like I love playing for City today. But as I said earlier, I have arrived at the point where I am more interested in the sporting challenge a club has to offer me than anything else.”

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