Pep Guardiola Manchester City manager retaliate against critics.The criticism about the club’s spending on the football player market.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola reacts to critics. He has accused his club of disrespecting Financial Fair Play rules after signing Jack Grealish from Aston Villa for a hefty £100m. He has also been linked with a move for Harry Kane. Spurs striker with a cost of up to 150 million pounds.
Manchester City spending this summer. They are questioned about the club’s spending. that like there is no limit on spending Even in the football world, the whole world has to face financial problems from the coronavirus epidemic.
Pep Guardiola’s side have just signed midfielder Jack Grealish from Aston Villa for a fee of 100 million pounds, making him the world’s most expensive Englishman.
Spanish coach Responding to the matter.
The Jack Grealish deal was made possible. Because they had just sold players from the club for £60 million in the past 12 months. including £11 million received from Borussia. Dortmund, following Jadon Sancho’s move to Manchester United, was one of the conditions when Dortmund signed Sancho from Manchester City.
However, they are still being monitored for spending. They are set to make a £150m bid for Harry Kane, as Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has demanded.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has also criticized City’s spending. He said his club could not be compared to City. Because Citi has no limit on spending.
Pep responded: “We have restrictions on Financial Fair Play rules, we are the same with every team.”
“I have said that there are some team owners who want profits. Our team owners don’t care about profits. And they are ready to invest as they can. because at that time we couldn’t do it.”
“In the past Man United won a lot of trophies because they spent more money than other clubs, remember, they spent more money than Manchester City ufabet .
“Before there was one club or just two, then there was Roman Abramovich and me and Sheikh Mansour, they had to be ready to invest in a football club. What is the problem?”