Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has finally reacted to chelsea’s latest spending on acqusition of players In the Engish Premier League.
The Spaniard said it’s none opf his business and wouldn’t want to interfere in Chelsea’s business.
Guardiola stated this while addressing the media on Friday, ahead of their trip to the Premier League this weekend.
As a result of the Blues inconsistent performance on a weekly basis the Blues have spent almost £300 million to bring in eight players in January.
They included stars like Mykhailo Mudryk, Benoit Badiashile and Noni Madueke.
Chelsea’s total spend was more than Ligue 1, Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and the Championship combined.
“It’s none of my business. It’s a surprise because it’s not a club state.
“What I can control is the fact we won 11 titles in the last five years being one of the five or six net spend teams in the league. This is all I’m concerned about what we’ve done so far in this time,” Guardiola said.
Chelsea face Fulham at the Stamford Bridge today with many of their newly acquired stars available for selection.
Meanwhile, Pep Gurdiola’s side have a date with Tottenham Hotspurs on Sunday as they press home for trophies this season.