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Guardiola wants to win the PL title as soon as possible

Sat 01 May 2021 | 19:13

Manchester City is one victory away from becoming PL champions.

After

Manchester City’s

2-0 victory over Crystal Palace, the Citizens see themselves one win away from becoming the Premier League champions; this also could happen on the weekend if Liverpool defeats Manchester United.

The club’s boss doesn’t care how they become the champions;

Guardiola

only wants to be sure and says that they can already focus on other goals.

"We can start to think about putting it in the fridge. Not yet, but we can put it in the fridge,"

he told BT Sport

.

"It's [about] PSG right now. We start to see the game we played there [a 2-1 win on Wednesday] and what we have to do, but I will take a look [at United v Liverpool], yeah.

"The Premier League is already there, it is in our hands. We need one more victory or two points

"Now there is a game where we need to give absolutely everything to reach the final."

Another good news for Man City fans is that Aguero is available as they head into their Champions League clash against PSG. Guardiola is happy about the Argentinian’s return, too, hailing Aguero’s quality and personality.

"He's an absolutely top legend, extraordinary, the most humble and nicest human being. That is not easy to find,"

he said

.

"That's why I love him as a man. Another player in his situation, he could create conflict, he would create a difficult situation.

"When one guy is beloved, like he is by all our fans, it is not just for the scoring 1,000 million goals, that is the truth. It is because he has something that the people realise, that you cannot hide away, as a person.

"This season, we took a decision, a difficult one - one of the toughest ones I took, especially because he was injured a long time. This club, next season need to make another step and maintain this level for a longer time.

"But what he has done in this club remains, will remain forever and we want to finish the best way as possible.

"He's going to help us in the Champions League [and] is going to help us in the Premier League to finish it."


source: SportMob