Gary neville, ex of Manchester United, he assured that Pep Guardiola cannot leave Manchester City without winning the Champions League and that if this happened, his work would be “incomplete”.
The now commentator of the Sky Sports chain made these statements in the preview of the duel between Paris Saint Germain and Manchester City, the first time that the English reached the semifinals of the Champions League with Guardiola on the bench.
“The biggest thing is the Champions League and now there are a couple of important weeks coming against Paris Saint Germain, because if they get through to the next round they will have a great opportunity to win the title,” said Neville.
“That would be the icing on the cake of Guardiola’s reign at Manchester City and I don’t think he can leave without winning it. His job would be incomplete if he leaves this country without winning the Champions League,” added the former United defender.
Neville continued to flatter Guardiola and said that he may be the best coach of all time and that they will realize it when they see what he has put in 10, 15 or 20 years from now.
“The way he has been in different countries, how he has dominated football, influenced others … I don’t think I’ve seen it before,” said the English player.