Pep Guardiola finally pointed out one club in the Premier League that he fears the most in the race for clinching the trophy which surprised many football fans since he failed to mention the Gunners who are currently topping the league after winning eight games out of nine played matches.
Mikel Arteta is doing a great job of transforming his club into a winning team in England which has cropped huge hopes amongst their fans as far as the title chase of this season is concerned.
Sunday, the side Spaniard boss will take their flight to Anfield for their first clash this campaign against Klopp who is battling due to the dismal performance his club is been receiving which has made people doubt their progress and triggered many questions about his squad since the league resumed back in August.
Despite all these, the boss of the City warned his boys about this clash, and according to him, the Reds remained in the race of lifting the crown. He revealed that "Always they have been [title challengers] and always will be," Guardiola said, confirming he sees Klopp's side as City's biggest title challengers."
"I know the quality they have, the character, if 10 games left maybe I would say they cannot catch us, but being in that position, anything can happen."
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