De Bruyne defends Guardiola from Yaya Toure's accusations

Manchester City's Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure celebrates scoring his team's fourth goal from the penalty spot during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United

Manchester City's Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure celebrates scoring his team's fourth goal from the penalty spot during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United

Dimitri Seluk has also continued Toure's attack on Pep Guardiola, claiming Manchester City have lost the support of African fans as a result of the Catalan's treatment of the Ivory Coast global.

Aguero hit 21 Premier League goals, the most by a City player during the 2017-18 campaign, as Guardiola's men romped to the title by a huge 19-point margin from rivals Manchester United.

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has defended manager Pep Guardiola over claims from Yaya Toure that he has a problem with African players.

However, the 35-year-old has been released by the club as his contract with the club expires at the end of this month.

"I never saw anything, it would be very unusual if the coach was racist with all the black players we have on our team". "When you don't play there's always something you try to find", the Belgium midfielder told BBC World Football.

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But the presidential press corps were not invited to that function for military families. Turned out fewer than ten players were going to show up.

The agent of Yaya Toure says his client would be more than happy to accept a £1 a week salary if it means staying in the English Premier League.

However, De Bruyne has insisted that he has seen no evidence of such discrimination and insists that Guardiola made the right decision to leave Toure out of the team.

Previously, TUKO.co.ke reported thatToure has accused Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola of being jealous of him and said he was determined to break the myth that has been in existence.

Toure was restricted to a bit-part role in his eighth and final season at City as Guardiola steered the club to dominant triumphs in the Premier League and EFL Cup. "What I have to do right now is to be focused on the World Cup, and after that, focused on City". [Guardiola] let a lot of players go, Yaya was the only one because he did well so I don't know. "I've never seen something racist at the club ever".

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