Manchester City and Liverpool FC have said "the thoughts of everyone" at the clubs are with their players Yaya and Kolo Toure following the death of their younger brother Ibrahim.
A statement on the Manchester club's website reads, "Ibrahim was a regular visitor to Carrington and was a popular figure among the staff and players and was extremely close to his two older brothers."
A message of sympathy was also posted on the website of Kolo's team, stating, "The thoughts of everybody at Liverpool Football Club are with defender Kolo Toure following the news of the passing of his brother, Ibrahim, aged 28."
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