Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has spoken of his desire to see Raheem Sterling stay at the club for "as long as possible" whilst dismissing any suggestion that Sergio Aguero could return to Atletico Madrid this summer.
Aguero, meanwhile, will also see his current deal run out in the same year as Sterling's, though he has been heavily linked with a move away from the Etihad, as former club Atleti are reportedly interested in his services.
He has two years remaining on his current contract and has previously said that he would like to return to his first club, Independiente in Argentina, after his contract expires in 2020.
He has scored 21 Premier League targets for runaway champions Metropolis this season however underwent an arthroscopy in mid-April to restore a knee downside.
And Toure said: "Of course, I want to stay in England, but I will take some time, thinking as always to choose the right one. But in football you never know". "I didn't know it but, all respect, it looks ridiculous to me", Guardiola said of the rule.
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He said: "I say not too much, maybe players want to play more and want to leave, but not too many". We made a high investment last season and we did it.
Pep Guardiola said: "The club, the chairman [Khaldoon al-Mubarak] and myself want him to stay a long time, renew his contract but we are going on holiday in a few days". "One, maybe two [signings]".
Radio Marca suggested manager Diego Simeone wants the transfer sanctioned even if the France worldwide remains at the Wanda Metropolitano - as he attempts to build a squad strong enough to compete for league honours next season. They are champions. They worked from day one to the last one, training with us, in the locker room, training.
"They didn't play because of my decisions, but it's the same".