African ace Yaya Toure to leave Man City at end of season

Lawrence Cooper
May 6, 2018

"Yaya Toure came here when this idea for the club started, and what we are in this moment is thanks to what this guy has done", said Guardiola. "Where we are now is because of what he has done".

"We have wonderful facilities but we can not forget the club became higher and higher because of the players. We are going to try to win the game for him", he said.

RECENT FORMMANCHESTER CITY:Manchester City has been in a good form from the start of the season having won the Premier League in a grand style and also surpassing Chelsea record of 100 goals in a single campaign.

City host Brighton on 9 May before travelling to Southampton for the final game of the season.

"He has to learn from that and accept the reality", the Catalan said when discussing Sterling ahead of Sunday's match against Huddersfield Town, when City will be presented with the Premier League trophy.

Pep Guardiola too had some kind words to say about the midfielder, whom he has coached at two different clubs now, after he first managed him at Barcelona in 2008/09.

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Huddersfield have one victory in seven games coming into Sunday's clash with champions City but the manager said his team were not anxious ahead of an "exciting" few weeks for the club. It's rare you see a misplaced pass.

And the biggest points winning margin in Premier League history is 18 - achieved by Manchester United in the 1999/00 season.

City brush aside a hapless West Ham on Sunday and will be looking to add to the woes of three more sides still sweating for their Premier League safety.

In the event that Mbappe shuns City, however, Goal predicts that they will turn their attention to 20-year-old sensation Leon Bailey. However, they face a potentially hard finish to the campaign with games against Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal.

"We have fantastic facilities but the club became what they did because of the players".

Toure arrived at City as their centrepiece but leaves a squad adorned with treasures, many of whom might never have arrived were it not for the hand he played in transforming the club into the powerhouse of today.

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