Manchester - Defender Kolo Toure has accepted a six-week fine from Manchester City after the Ivorian international failed a drugs test earlier this year, the Premier League leaders said.
Toure, who resumed playing in September after serving a six-month ban, failed a test after taking a diet pill that was not intended to enhance his performance.
"Following the conclusion of an internal disciplinary process, Manchester City Football Club can confirm that Kolo Toure has received a fine of six weeks' wages which relates to doping offences committed by him earlier this year," City said in a statement.
"Kolo accepts the decision and he and the club now wish to draw a line under this matter and focus on the season ahead."
Since returning from his ban Toure has featured just twice for City, with both appearances coming in the League Cup.