Pep Guardiola on United’s poor form: “I expect the best United tomorrow, I am sure. They are proud. Prepare the game as always, their strong points, their weak points and try to win the game.” Pep Guardiola on @ManUtd: “It’s important that the club is structured well, like here, but I won’t comment on what... Continue Reading →
Pep Guardiola on those questioning the appointment of Solskjaer: “I am close to Solskjaer, I understand his position. We are alone, we feel alone. It is the reality, we have to accept it. If not, stay at home. I understand him and I am with him. I support him.”
Pep Guardiola: “The question of dominance is about winning Premier league titles. It’s ok but it’s not the most important thing. It’s true that we’ve done better than them [United] over the last three years but it is about winning titles, not beating United.”
Pep Guardiola: "Riyad Mahrez will be with us next season, here, and the next one, and the next one. I don't need to speak with him, he will be here next season."
Pep Guardiola: "I don't think [De Bruyne will be back for this game], it's a muscular problem, we will see the next days how he's getting better, but tomorrow he is not available."
Pep Guardiola pre #MUNMCI: "Four games left, we have to win all four games to retain the title. It's not an easy place to go, but at the same time it's a nice place to go. We know exactly what we have to do, they are trying to finish 4th, we are going there to... Continue Reading →
Manchester City fear that Kevin De Bruyne will miss the final four matches of their title race with Liverpool. After being ruled out of the Manchester derby, City could have to play without him against Burnley, Leicester City and Brighton & Hove Albion. [@hirstclass]
Riyad Mahrez is openly griping about a lack of minutes. The winger has made his displeasure known around the club's City Football Academy training centre. Mahrez believes his technical ability should have yielded more than 13 starts in the Premier League. [via @Jack_Gaughan]
Manchester City are ready to break their transfer record to sign Rodri, the highly-rated young Spain midfielder, from Atletico Madrid as Fernandinho’s long-term replacement. [via @TelegraphDucker] City’s scouts and director of football, Txiki Begiristain, have watched Rodri extensively and have been busy laying the groundwork for a move in the hope of securing a deal... Continue Reading →