Pep Guardiola has stated that he has no intention of resigning from his position as manager of Manchester City, and the Spaniard would like the club’s financial issues to be resolved “as soon as possible.”
The Premier League brought charges against Manchester City in February for more than one hundred alleged violations of the league’s financial regulations that allegedly occurred between 2009 and 2018. This comes after Guardiola led City to their fifth league title in six seasons last weekend.
Additionally, it was alleged that they had not assisted investigators in any way since the probe was initiated in December of 2018. The club has given its word that they did nothing improper.
Ahead of Wednesday’s trip to sixth-placed Brighton & Hove Albion, Guardiola told reporters, “What I would like is for the Premier League and judges to be able to make something as soon as possible.” Guardiola’s team is traveling to face Brighton & Hove Albion.
“Then, if we have done something wrong, everybody will know it, and if we have, as a club, believed for many years that we have (done things) in the right way, then people will stop talking about it.” “Then, if we have done something wrong, everybody will know it.” The next day would be perfect for us. This afternoon is more preferable to tomorrow.”
It is alleged that City have broken standards regarding the supply of correct financial information, “in particular with respect to its revenue… and its operating costs.” City were bought by the Abu Dhabi-based City Football Group in the year 2008, and this acquisition is the subject of the allegations.
“I hope they are not so busy, and the judges can see both sides and decide what is the best, because in the end I know fairly what we won, we won on the pitch, and we don’t have any doubts,” Guardiola said. “In the end, I know fairly what we won we won on the pitch, and we don’t have any doubts.”
“Let’s go. Don’t make me wait another two years. Why can’t we get things done any faster? Within the next twenty-four hours, sit down with the attorneys present. Let’s get it over with as quickly as we can so that everyone may profit from it.”
Guardiola, who is under contract with the club until 2025, has stated that he has no intention of quitting.
“I will stay next season while there are 110 breaches against us,” he stated. “I’m not going anywhere.”
“I would like to continue here next season regardless of the result (of the Champions League final).” “I would like to continue here regardless of the result.” I have no idea how it will make me feel to win or lose, but I do want to respect the club since I have a contract with them.”
After competing against their archrivals Manchester United in the final of the FA Cup on June 3, City will next face Inter Milan on June 10.