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Marianna Sargsyan

16-08-2021 | 18:24 Football

'Go to court', Pep Guardiola gives bold respond to Jurgen Klopp

Pep Guardiola reacted to Jurgen Klopp's recent words on Financial Fair Play rules. Manchester City boss said Klopp should 'go to court' if they don't like other clubs' expensive transfer bills. Previously, the Liverpool head coach claimed that Guardiola has no limits in spending, which he considers 'unfair'. In response, the Spanish manager revealed that his club follow all the rules of Financial Fair Play.
"Some owners want to benefit, our owners don't want any benefits. So they don't invest in the team, while we invest what we can.   "Before there were only one or two clubs. Now there is Chelsea with [Roman] Abramovich and our club with Sheikh Mansour. They want to be buying into football.   "What is the problem? We have limits for Financial Fair Play and if they don't agree [with City's spending] they can go to court and make a statement," said Guardiola after Cityzens faced Spurs on Sunday.
  Pep Guardiola has also talked about Jack Grealish's transfer fee, explaining in details that everything has been completed fairly.
"We bought Jack Grealish because we sold [players] for £60million ($83m) so, in the end, we have spent £40m. We follow absolutely the rules. At our club, the owners don't want to lose money of course but they want to spend, so we can do it", he added.
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