Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Gunners urged to sign Manchester City star Yaya Toure

Gunners urged to sign Manchester City star Yaya Toure

Swansea's survival hopes had rested on the longest of long shots, victory coupled by a Southampton defeat to Manchester City and a 10-goal swing in the process. As a result, City won £39,755,923 in prize-money, to runner-up United's £37,768,127, according to research from by MailOnline.

"They have produced some football that we have never witnessed in the Premier League before", he said.

And Carvalhal said Swansea's demise was down to their miserable first half of the season when his predecessor Paul Clement claimed only 13 points from 20 games.

"We had the challenge to break records".

The game looked like it would end in a stalemate until Gabriel Jesus came to the rescue in the 93rd minute sending the City fans to raptures and evoking the memories of the 2012 title-winning campaign when a last-gasp goal from Sergio Aguero snatched the League title from United's grasp.

"The way we play is very good, and you can see the fans are very happy and I feel very good about that, I feel they want me to win something". "A lot of goals, concede few, lots of points, wins at home, wins away, everything was flawless this season - and finished the way we deserved to finish", Guardiola said.

And the Belgian has emerged as the true playmaker of Pep Guardiola's entertaining side with the player collecting the Premier League award for the most assists of the 2017/18 season.

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A fantastic shot-stopper who's equally as good with his feet as with his hands, Ederson's unique style of goalkeeping has made him a flawless fit for Pep Guardiola's record breaking City team.

"This summer we'll watch the World Cup on the sofa - we'll have some good beer, and some good red wine and enjoy what we have done".

The rule only affects players bought by a Premier League club - and teams in England will still be allowed to sell players to other leagues in which the transfer window is open.

Silva shared the message, "We're finally going home!" to celebrate the joyous occasion.

The match was also notable for the appearances of 17-year-olds Brahim Diaz and Phil Foden, both of whom will now receive a Premier League winner's medal after reaching five appearances in the campaign.

"Saturday was a decent day for us although turnover was down with all the Premier League matches taking place on Sunday".

"We deserved more against Everton and Chelsea, we got nothing and they were crucial".

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