Pep Guardiola Says Manchester City Will Be In BIG TROUBLE If This Happens
Manchester City director, Pep Guardiola, has conceded the club will be in a tough situation if Real Madrid want Raheem Sterling.
Sterling, in an ongoing meeting, hailed Madrid as an “awesome club”.
It comes in the midst of City’s two-year European restriction from UEFA, with a large portion of their players’ fates now questionable.
In spite of the fact that Guardiola demanded that he can’t scrutinize Sterling’s dedication, he acknowledged that Madrid and Barcelona are the world’s most remarkable clubs.
He told journalists on Friday:
“All the clubs need to realize that when Real Madrid or Barcelona thump on the entryway, different clubs must tremble.
“That they will be a tad in a difficult situation.
“Be that as it may, on a similar point, you see the responsibility from Raheem, each and every day when he shows up.
“I don’t have the foggiest idea whether Madrid or Barcelona call his operator, yet I don’t have any questions about his dedication from the main day to the most recent day that Raheem and different ones have had – and will have – until the end.”