Pep Guardiola, current Manchester city club manager has reacted on Ole Gunnar's decisions not to sign Manchester city star, Sergio Aguero. Ole Gunnar made this choice due to football rivalry between the two clubs. Aguero is expected to leave Etihad at the end of this season following expiration of his contract with Manchester city to unknown club. Ole Gunnar issued directive by declining the need of the club in signing the star.
Guardiola has commented on this as a decision that will not lift or help anyone. Football rivalry has been a key factor which influence the relationship between the two club. The gunners choice on not to sign any player from Manchester city is all about football rivalry which Guardiola noted to be of no helpful to both the two teams.
Aguero is an influential player whose move to the Reds could have a positive impact to the team but Ole Gunnar saw nothing in this and decided to quit his move in signing Aguero to his club next season. Their have been rivalry all along making the two clubs differ in their doings.
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