Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has turned a blind eye to Arsenal. Before revealing who is his team’s key opponent in the Premier League title race.
Pep Guardiola does not view current leaders Arsenal as the most dangerous threat to Manchester City ‘s Premier League title win. With the Gunners starting the new season with virtually no error. And the assurances of their title contenders were highlighted by their win over Liverpool last weekend. That came after their impressive London derby win.
Jürgen Klopp’s side drew with Manchester City in both games last season and finished second in runners-up with just one point away from the Reds. their shadow And is currently 14 points behind leaders after a defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Liverpool will have the opportunity to return to the orbit of the competition when they open their home at Anfield for the visit of Manchester City on Sunday October. Guardiola is not ready yet. Will cut the Merseyside team from the title race. Believing they are still his team’s top contenders for the domestic superpower.
“Liverpool is [Man City’s biggest challenger] always ,” Guardiola said ahead of Sunday’s crucial test game. “I know the quality they have. If it’s like this with 10 games left then I’d say I don’t think they will catch up. But now anything can happen.” “It’s always been difficult in the years since we’ve been here together. It will be a difficult game. And I don’t expect anything else.”
“The game will be determined on the field. not from the table you see because we lead them or follow them Not because of that.” “I know the quality they have. They know the quality we have. If there are three games left I would say they can’t get to the top of the UFABET league. But with a long time left plus the World Cup Anything can happen.”
At the same time , Guardiola’s future is becoming more and more interesting. The Spaniard has refused to commit his long-term future to the club he joined six years ago. Speaking about it at his pre-match press conference, he said: “You know I haven’t thought for a second about that.” “We have two or three weeks before the World Cup. And this is an important moment, after that we have a lot of time to talk about it.”