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Saturday, 3 September 2016

Manchester City supervisor Pep Guardiola has let midfielder Yaya Toure well enough alone for his 2016-17 Champions League squad

. City could exclude more than 17 abroad players in their squad.

Guardiola still has 18 on his books, in spite of giving four outside internationals a chance to leave before Wednesday's exchange due date, and Toure was one who missed the cut.

Toure, 33, won't have the capacity to play in City's gathering amusements against Borussia Monchengladbach, Celtic and Barcelona.

The Ivory Coast universal has had real influence in all City's trophy wins since he was purchased by them from Barcelona, then oversaw by Guardiola, for £24m in 2010.

He has just played once this season, in the second leg of the Champions League play-off tie against Steaua Bucharest, when City were at that point 5-0 up from the principal diversion.

It was supposed Toure may leave the club taking after Guardiola's entry, with Inter Milan one of the clubs who were intrigued.

In any case, the player never had any craving to leave City and expects to see out his agreement, which lapses in 2017.

The 17 abroad players Guardiola has picked incorporate new signings Leroy Sane and Ilkay Gundogan, who are yet to play for the club, captain Vincent Kompany, who is recuperating from crotch and thigh operations which kept him out of Euro 2016, and 19-year-old forward Kelechi Iheanacho.


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