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Chelsea have warned Europe's top clubs Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba is not for sale.

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Manchester City have rubbished claims by Didier Drogba's agent that the club have been in contact about signing the Chelsea striker.

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Manchester City have announced the signing of Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure from Barcelona on a five-year deal.

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Ibrahimovic wants to stay at Barcelona

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Yaya Toure set for Manchester City switch

Barcelona have confirmed that both French striker Thierry Henry and Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure are set to leave the club in the near future.

Ivory Coast held by Portugal

Ivory Coast 0 Portugal 0

Barcelona candidate dreams of Fabregas transfer

Barcelona presidential candidate Marc Ingla has revealed he dreams of unveiling Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas as his first new signing if he wins Sunday's election.

Arsenal target Yaya Toure is too expensive says agent

The agent of Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure says the Catalan club are asking for too much money for the Ivory Coast international.

Pique says Fabregas is focused on World Cup

Gerard Pique insists Spain team-mate Cesc Fabregas is calm and focused on the World Cup despite ongoing speculation about where the Arsenal captain might be playing his club football next season.

Arsenal must 'toughen up' says van Persie

Robin van Persie maintains Arsenal need to "toughen up" next season.

Mourinho's Inter reach Champions League final

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Yaya Toure wants Premier League switch

Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure has signalled his desire to leave European champions Barcelona.

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