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

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Pep Guardiola says that Yaya Toure has helped Manchester City to reach the top of English football after confirming that the Ivorian is to leave the club this summer.

He has been underused at times by Guardiola, whose public spat with Toure's agent has left the player frozen out for periods during the past two seasons, but now is the time for City to give Toure the sendoff he deserves.

Guardiola confirmed in a press conference ahead of his side's match against Huddersfield Town this weekend that Toure will play his final match at the Etihad against Brighton next week.

Even though he has found his opportunities scaled down this season, having been limited to nine appearances off the bench in the Blues' title-winning campaign, Toure will still qualify for his third Premier League winner's medal.

Injured Argentina striker Sergio Aguero is recovering well from knee surgery and will be ready for next month's World Cup in Russia, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday.

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He has helped City win six major trophies and was the inspiration behind the club's breakthrough FA Cup win in 2011, beating Manchester United nearly on his own in the semi-final before scoring the winning goal to defeat Stoke in the final. "He was a key player". All the game we will be focused on winning the game against Brighton for Yaya, and we are going to try to do it for him.

Like when Seluk encouraged him to complain about not receiving a birthday cake from club bosses, or when he hammered Guardiola for leaving him out of his Champions League squad last season.

They will then ensure Toure is given a fitting send-off after their final home game against Brighton next Wednesday.

"In cup games, anything can happen".

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