Guardiola blasts Premier League over winners' medal rule

May 12, 2018, 07:32
Guardiola blasts Premier League over winners' medal rule

"Maybe some are not happy, they want to play more and can ask to leave, but not too many", he added.

Guardiola said Silva has "amazing quality" and is an ideal fit for the way City play. 'My desire? I think it's not going to happen, but I don't know.

However, Saints boast a surprisingly good record at him against the Manchester club, recording two wins and a draw in City's last five visits.

"We want him to stay as long as possible". Although City have a roster loaded with talent, a lot of that talent is going to the World Cup this summer, and with the title wrapped up, their last home match done, and their Champions League campaign over, I can see them either playing a weakened side or perhaps just not running at full speed. He has an wonderful relationship with his teammates, the coaching staff, everyone.

Guardiola, who travels to Southampton for the champions' final game of the season on Sunday, was also relaxed about reports that England forward Raheem Sterling has made a decision to delay contract negotiations with the club until after the World Cup.

"The club, the chairman and myself would like him to stay for a long, long time and sign a new contract", Guardiola said.

The 23-year-old Portugal global said: "Yes, the manager and all the staff told us they wanted it, they said, "Let's break the records because it will be something special".

Meanwhile, Guardiola predicts a low-key summer of transfer activity, with veteran midfielder Yaya Toure the only player who is confirmed as a definite departure.

"We will try to win the game, there is no doubt about that", Guardiola said.

This could be Cech's final match as a first-choice Premier League goalkeeper.

"Maybe he didn't play as much as we wanted but he's been an incredible part of the team".

"On Wednesday we were able to break the win record, the goals and the points".

"In the last few weeks these numbers have helped us keep focus", Guardiola told a news conference.

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