Guardiola claims the new season won’t be an easy one for Chelsea following the UEFA Champions League disappointment
Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola is sure set out for revenge ahead of the new season after having lost the UEFA Champions League final to a manger who was just months into the Premier League.
Chelsea didn’t just win the final but also had caused severe damage to the Cityzens with two previous wins before the final which included evicting them from the FA cup race.
The win definitely was a shocker to City fans considering the fact that Pep Guardiola had claimed to have discovered Tuchel‘s weak points ahead of the game but still lost shamefully to the Blues.
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With the new season close to start, Pep Guardiola has revealed to be out for revenge against the side that had cost him his first City UCL.
The former Barcelona boss said; “The next season will be very rough for everyone and we have to prepare very well.
“Chelsea have the Champions League but it should have been us (laughs). Of course we worked hard on that day but the game wasn’t just for us.”
Asked if he was out for revenge in the new season, Pep continued; “Of course, just like every other team, we will want to make them suffer when we have the opportunity.
“The memory is deep in the players’ minds and they all are hungry to make the Chelsea pay. It’s the truth, every other manager may want to hide this but I can’t.
“In the new season, we will try to keep the Premier League and also go for the Champions League. We missed it last season but not this time.”
Manchester City are just like Chelsea also looking to strengthen up their 11 with Harry Kane, Jack Grealish Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi all linked to a shocking move.