Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has responded to Yaya Toure allegations which accused the Spaniard of having an agenda against African players.
The 35-year-old Afcon winner gave an explosive interview to France Football on Monday as he claimed to break "the Guardiola myth" of former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach.
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Toure left Premier League Champions last month following eight years at the club and believes 47-year-old Cityzen
boss undervalued him during his final two years at Etihad Stadium.
Guardiola revealed that he would not be replying or comment on the allegations issued to him by ex-African Football of the Year.
"I'm not going to comment on those comments," Guardiola told journalists at a golf competition in Catalonia, as reported by the Manchester Evening News. "I have nothing to say."
Toure joined Manchester City from Barcelona in 2010 and he made 316 appearances in all competition and scoring 79 goals in the process of winning three Premier League, one FA Cup, three League Cup and FA Community Shield.