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Manchester city defender Kolo Toure has expressed his confidence that the club will be able to retain the Premier league title against stiff opposition from the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea. Prior to the start of the season, the Ivory Coast international has said that it is certainly not going to be easy to retain the title.

KOLO SET FOR ANOTHER MOVE

Manchester City defender Kolo Toure could be set for a move to another league after it was revealed that PSG manager Carlo Ancelotti is showing a lot of interest in the 31-year-old defender, according to the Arsenal news website.

SILVA STAYING AT CITY

David Silva has suggested he is willing to pledge his long term future to Manchester City. Silva has two years left on his current deal and has attracted attention from Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona. City are keen to tie their man down with a long term contract and Silva seems keen to do the same.

KOLO WILL MISS CITY MATCHES

Manchester City might have to hope for the best in their next match as they will not be having Kolo Toure to perform for them as Kolo will be starting his training session for the FIFA Cup.

The deadlines have been clearly mentioned in the FIFA contract and the Ivory Coast manager is keen on making sure that these deadlines are followed. One of the most important hopes for Manchester City was that Ivory Coast might miss out on the exact deadlines and this might mean that Kolo gets to play for them a little longer.

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