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Toure happy in Monaco

Ibrahima Toure has told Sky Sports he is happy to commit his future to Monaco.

Last Updated: 28/06/13 at 10:27 Post Comment

Ibrahima Toure: Happy at Monaco

Ibrahima Toure: Happy at Monaco

The Senegal international striker has been brilliant for the Principality outfit since joining in 2011.

He is currently top scorer in Ligue 2 with 16 goals, which follow on from his 10 goals in 17 appearances last term.

Toure has been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Reading and West Brom reportedly interest last month.

However, Monaco are well placed - eight points clear at the top of the table - and Toure is happy to stay put.

"I love it here at Monaco, I have settled well here and the team spirit is fantastic so far," he said.

"There are clubs after me, I am aware of that but to be honest I want to stay here and continue to score goals for Monaco."

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