Yaya Touré helped Manchester City to victory over Aston Villa on Saturday amid fears he wants to leave the club.
The midfielder scored the first of City’s goals, with Sergio Aguero adding a second, as they moved up to second in the Premier League.
But the club are concerned that Touré, who has been struggling for form, wants to leave. Although City say they have not been approached by either the player or his agent Dimitri Seluk, his body language suggests he is far from happy.
Saturday’s goal was only his second of the season and French side Paris Saint-Germain have shown interest in signing him. Last season Touré scored 20 goals in 35 games.
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