Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Manchester City gaffer Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Ivory Coast football star Yaya Toure will leave the club at the end of last Premier League season.
Dimitry Seluk wrote: "My congratulations to Yaya Toure!".
He made a total of 316 appearances in all competitions for the Citizens, scoring 79 goals and winning a total of six trophies.
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Since he arrived from Barcelona eight years ago, Yaya Toure starred as one of the leaders that helped turn the clubs fortunes around.
However, Seluk was back on Twitter to pour a big bucket of cold water on that one, tweeting that "It's not West Ham, 100%". Yaya is a champion.
'In the moment that we were doing our squad list, that position was covered by other players.
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"The words of the agent of Yaya were unfortunate", said Pellegrini.
The midfielder had been linked with a free transfer to West Ham for much of the summer.
That has got people speculating about where Toure will wind up, with Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Fulham, Watford all fitting the bill.
The three-time Premier League victor spent one season with the Greek giants before joining Monaco in 2006.
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