Four-time African Player of the Year Yaya Toure has broken his silence for the first time since being axed from Pep Guardiola's UEFA Champions League squad and the Spaniard's row with his agent.
The retired Ivory Coast captain is still training with City's first team, despite Guardiola recently announcing that he will not play for him again unless his agent apologises for comments made in the press.
Toure has only made one appearance for City this season, while his teammates have raced to a record-breaking start, winning all 10 of their competitive matches so far.
Following a training session on Tuesday, Toure took to Twitter, explaining that it is a difficult time for him.
"Good training session this morning. Difficult not being involved in Champions League, but I wish my team mates good luck for tomorrow," he tweeted.
According to ESPN, the 33-year-old looked happy during the training session, which was open to media for the first 15 minutes.
It has been claimed Guardiola's comments took the African star by surprise, and he is keen to work his way back into the team.
Toure reportedly rejected moves to China and Inter Milan in the latest transfer window, but will now reportedly be allowed to join a Premier League rival in January.
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