Guardiola holds nothing back as he gives a rude response to Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Manchester City manager is ready to show their dominance in the Premier League.

By Juan Macías

Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Pep Guardiola
Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Pep Guardiola
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The Citizens are aware that they have the chance to win several titles once again, and the fact is that they might be ready to show that to other teams.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe has now become the owner of 25% of the red devils as his offer has been accepted by the Premier League and the FA, and he gave some bold answers to some of the questions. The INEOS owner is aware that he needs to change the culture of the team, but his main goal is clear, he wants to make Manchester United one of the best teams.

"If they want to deny it for things that are not the reality then it’s their problem. It’s not our problem. When I’ve been below teams I’ve always admired them and thought about what we need to do to be close, to challenge them." Guardiola said as he is aware that the Citizens are currently ahead of their city rivals. The new owner is keen to change that right now.

Pep Guardiola then added, "When we were below and United were winning, we were watching them, admiring them. We wanted to learn from them. The period of [Sir Alex] Ferguson – the generation with Roy Keane, David Beckham, Gary Neville – and all those big players, Rio Ferdinand." as the new owner is looking to change this situation right away.

"I'm pretty sure with Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the other people that United is going to take a step forwards. I feel that they know exactly what they have to do, appoint the people they need to appoint with their experience in the business world to make projects better." Guardiola ended, sending a message to the red devils new owner. Manchester City is the Premier League team to beat right now.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe project

Now that Sir Jim Ratcliffe offer has been accepted, the fact is that the red devils would be looking to go ahead and change this situation. INEOS owner is ready to invest at least 500 million euros in the next summer to help his new team.

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