The Manchester city defender Kolo Toure has said that he is extremely happy with Manchester city, despite the player conducting talks with the Turkish club Galatasaray over a potential move before the end of the transfer window. Kolo Toure was a £ 16 million signing from Arsenal a few seasons ago by the former manager Mark Hughes. However, he has fallen out of favour under the regime of Roberto Mancini, which has seen him being linked with a number of clubs in the last few transfer windows. It is expected that he will finally sealed his much anticipated move away from Manchester city this time around.

The club are conducting talks with the Turkish club Galatasaray, who are prepared to pay around £ 3 million as a transfer fee. There is, however, the possibility of the deal falling through due to the transfer fee demands of the club. The player has said that he is not worried about the transfer talks with the Turkish club Galatasaray. Kolo Toure has not been included in the squad for the group stages of the Champions League. Manchester city have been paired against the likes of Real Madrid and Dortmund. The player, though, has once again maintained his commitment to the club.

“Kolo is flattered by the interest from Galatasaray but he is happy at Man City. Kolo has spoken to the manager and owners [of Manchester City] and he remains as committed to the club as the day he signed. All Kolo’s focus is on helping Manchester City be successful this season in every competition they are going for,” said his agent Saif Rubie. Due to the fact that the Turkish transfer window does not close until Wednesday evening, the player still has the ability to seal a move to Turkey.