Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has reacted to the apology from his Ivorian player Yaya Toure over comments his agent made about him not being selected for the Champions League.
Dimitri Seluk said Toure had been “humiliated”.
Guardiola said after that comment that Toure would not be picked again unless he said sorry.
Today, he told journalists that Toure’s apology was “good news” and “that’s the most important thing”.
He said he had spoken to the midfielder, but did not divulge the details.
Guardiola was then pressed on whether Toure would now be picked, and he responded: “I don’t want to answer any more [questions]. I spoke with him, it was good and that’s all.”
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