Pep Guardiola Sends Last-Minute Scary Message To Liverpool

Pep Guardiola has suggested that his boys will give everything on the pitch on Sunday when they play Liverpool in another crucial Premier League match.

Pep Guardiola

The City boss claims that Manchester City players will do the talking on the pitch after comments by Trent Alexander-Arnold sparked a response from Manchester City’s Erling Haaland and Rúben Dias.

Many City players have responded to the comments made by Alexander-Arnold which claimed that Liverpool’s trophies in recent years “mean more to us and our fanbase because of the situations at both clubs financially”.

Responding to a question regarding the comment and the controversies it has generated, Pep Guardiola said: “Do you think we’re not going to fight because Erling and Rúben talk?”

He said the players will be much more ready to fight for the title and do everything to repeat what they did last campaign. “Without these talks, we will not fight? We are there and, after what happened over the last years, we are going to try again and do a good game,” Guardiola said.

“They defend the club not by responding to this guy but what they have done for many years on the pitch every three days. That is the best way. I could answer him [Alexander-Arnold], but why? It is what it is. I’m incredibly proud of what we have done and I don’t need that to prove to me what my players really feel and are trying to do it.”

Guardiola pressed further about the injured Alexander-Arnold’s remarks, said: “I wish him well. I wish him a speedy recovery and to come back to the pitch as soon as possible.”

The clash on Sunday will be the last match where Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola will come against each other in the Premier League following the report that the Liverpool boss will leave England at the end of the season.

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