Man City boss Pep Guardiola discusses potential Barca return

Man City boss Pep Guardiola discusses potential Barca return

Man City boss Pep Guardiola discusses potential Barca return

Former Manchester City mainstay Yaya Toure caused a stir this past week by claiming that Pep Guardiola had a dislike for African players.

"They were lies and he knows it", he told TV3 in Spain.

"We have been together during two years".

Numerous players have come out in support of Guardiola since Toure's comments and now the manager himself has finally responded.

The midfielder had to wait until City's final home game of the season against Brighton for his first start of the season.

Pep Guardiola has dismissed Touré's claims as "lies".

Toure, who barely featured as Manchester City won the Premier League title under Guardiola last season, hit out at the Catalan in an interview with France Football earlier this week. (He had) 365 and 365 (days) to tell me (his feelings).

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That, of course, opens the door to a potential cross-city move for Toure, who could join United and work under Jose Mourinho.

"When you see that he's had problems with Africans wherever he's been in the past, you wonder".

The manager has worked with Toure for many years throughout their respective careers, and each has enjoyed prosperous moments during their time together.

"He will never admit it but the day he fields a team with five Africans, non-naturalised, I promise that I will send him a cake." he added. We had a generation of brutal players and the best player in the world (Lionel Messi) as well.

"President? No, I am a coach and I am good at what I do, you can't be everything", he said.

Toure left City in May at the expiration of his contract after eight seasons at the club.

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