Pep Guardiola Wants to Win in Style, Says Yaya Toure

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was criticised in various quarters for being unable to win a major honour in his first season in English football.


He was seen as being too stubborn with his tactics and the rotation system, as they were seen as the vital parts that led down the club in the 2016-17 campaign.City ended without a trophy and Guardiola also faced the same disappointment for the first time in his career. However, midfielder Yaya Toure says that the manager is very keen on winning with an attractive style. The Ivory Coast international says that Guardiola wants to repeat his achievements at Barcelona.

Toure offered new contract

Manchester City has confirmed that they will be offering Yaya Toure a new contract.


The player who would have been out of contract during the summer is believed to be keen on the offer.

Despite the fact that there is no concrete deal, it is understood that Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak is interested in offering the Ivory Coast international a new deal to remain at the club.

Yaya Toure Extends Manchester City Contract

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has been rewarded with a year's time after playing a key role in Pep Guardiola's first season in English management.


The Ivory Coast international had a shrewd relationship with Pep at former club Barcelona, and this led to doubts over his position at the Etihad.

Toure disappointed with result

Manchester City defensive midfielder Yaya Toure said that he is disappointed with the results of the match against Arsenal.


He believes that they were the better side during the whole game and that the referee ruined the game.

TOURE DOESN’T UNDERSTAND SACRIFICING FOOTBALL FOR CASH

Manchester City playmaker Yaya Toure has said that he does not understand why many football players sacrifice high class football for more cash in China.


The 33-year old African rejected a move to China in January for a whooping £430,000 per week.

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