Yaya Toure says Manchester City should be wary of Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United and Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur in the race for next season’s Premier League title.
City finished 19 points ahead of their rivals as they became the first team in English top flight history to reach 100 points.
United have not finished above their “noisy neighbours,” as Sir Alex Ferguson described them, since he retired five years ago.
Toure, who is searching for a new club following his release by City, says Pep Guardiola’s side should be watch out for the advances of the chasing pack.
“Mourinho is going to be very angry,” he told MEN Sport. “Tottenham are a good side. Fantastic.
“Man City can win again but it depends. The World Cup is on, the players don’t have enough rest and have to come back and play again.
“If they don’t have injuries they can make it but it’s going to be difficult, because next year is going to be a different situation.”
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