Date: 6th January 2009 at 3:38pm
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According to reports in various papers and radio stations, the Brothers of the Ivory Coast are set to bring a new nationality to Manchester City.

Ian Wright told TalkSport radio station that he heard through the “grapevine” that Toure could make his move to Eastlands today. I`m assuming he means Kolo, with his Arsenal connections, which makes his words even more reliable because he will know what`s going on inside Arsenal.

I would hope Toure can see that moving to Manchester City would not necessarily a step down but more a challenge and I would open my arms and welcome him to the club quite confidently. This would be the second signing that has stemmed from a “top 4” club for Mark Hughes.

Elsewhere Yaya Toure has also been linked with a move to Eastland`s and a close source to the deal told The Sun:

“There is an offer for Yaya but the club will do what is necessary to convince the player to stay,’

Two great signings if you believe what you hear. Mark Hughes has been promised one “marquee signing”, is Yaya in that category? He is a quality player and if City could get him I`m sure he would turn into one of the best signings ever to grace the earth on City premises.

What ever the stories, I have a good feeling that one if not both will come to City.

 

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