Manchester City boss Pep Guardila has fired shots at Manchester United following the appointment of Omar Berrada as the club’s CEO.
In what is the major signing under new shareholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the coup of Manchester City boss has Guardiola saying that it won’t automatically close the gap between the two gaps in the Premier League table.
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In his latest press conference Pep Guardiola reminded the Red Devils that De Bruyne and Erling Halaand will still play there as he posed to question maybe Manchester United think Berrada’s appointment will change everything.
“De Bruyne will play here. Erling Haaland will play here, so in the end it’s not that simple like that. Maybe United thinks with this person everything is going to change. Congratulations. I don’t know if this is going to happen.” he said
“I don’t know if doing this everything is going to be sorted and it works. If it does happen then oh my god they have to make a stand for Omar Berrada in the future because he’d deserve it.” he added
Omar Berrada has been a key figure at Manchester City serving as the chief operating officer four years before his eventual promotion as the club’s chief football operations officer in 2020.