Premier League: Mourinho not interested in what Guardiola said about title chances
Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho, says he is not interested in Pep Guardiola’s claims, that Manchester City are out of the Premier League title race.
City were hammered 4-0 by Everton in their last league game.
The defeat left Guardiola’s men 10 points behind leaders Chelsea, prompting the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach to say their chances of winning the league is over.
When asked about his thoughts on Guardiola’s claim during his Friday’s press conference, Mourinho said: “I don’t comment on what Pep says.”
Memphis Depay completed a move away from Old Trafford to Lyon onFriday and Mourinho says the door is open for more disgruntled squad members.
“If there are other unhappy players who want to go, I won’t stand in their way,” he said.
United will be seeking to extend their 12-game unbeaten run when they travel to Stoke City on Saturday, but Mourinho says he is more interested in winning matches.
He added: “I don’t care about the unbeaten run.
“We will not play any match to extend an unbeaten run to 20 or even more. We play to win.”