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The 33 year old Ivorian professional footballer Yaya Toure says that he has some unfinished business with the Sky Blues.
The 33 year old wants to continue his football with the Manchester City side despite he has received many offers from Chinese super league clubs.
Many Chinese clubs have made lucrative offers to the 33 year old whose contract with the Manchester City side will end this season’s last.
As per our sources, we get to know that many Chinese clubs are willing to pay him£500,000 per week, but the 33 year old wants to stay in the English Premier League and he claimed that he is not getting motivated by money.
The 33 year old midfielder added: "Yes that's my idea. I always say that if I went to China I would end up feeling angry there.
"Do you play football because you love football, or do you play because you want to make money? What's the purpose?
"Me, I just want to play football because I enjoy it, I love playing. I enjoy helping my team-mates, I enjoy playing against the big players and teams. I want to carry on in that way.
"Some people have the mentality that they want to do that, to try something different but, for me, my feeling is that I want to play more football."
Back in 2010 the Midfielder joins the Manchester City side from Barcelona after that he has become an instrumental player for them in their heart of midfield.
But speculations were aroused when the new Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola overlooked him and he was benched by him in a few matches,
but after that the situation got resolved and the Midfielder admitted that he wants to continue his football with his current team.
He said: "I've said before that I've been involved with a lot of clubs but, especially at City, I want to give something back to the fans.
"I'd like to continue to work hard for them, keep giving them entertainment, keep them happy – that's what I want.
"If I was tired, I'd say 'no more, move on', but I don't feel like that. I feel very, very good. I feel young."