Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola More than 100 calls Premier League Charges against the club for alleged financial irregularities that need to be resolved immediately.

City He was referred to an independent commission in February for alleged rule violations between 2009 and 2018. premier The league also accuses City of not cooperating since the investigation began in December 2018.

The scale of the charges the club vehemently denied, and the enormity of the consequences if found guilty, suggest that the case will drag on for months, possibly years.

However, Guardiola does not want a cloud to hang over his team’s remarkable achievements and wants a solution as soon as possible.

However, Catalan, who has a contract until 2025, emphasized that he will not leave the club while possible sanctions continue.

“I’ll stay with 110 violations against us next season,” said Guardiola, when asked if he could extend it another three or four years. “No, no, no. Those two are enough.

“If the Premier League and the referees can do something soon, then everyone will know if we did something wrong.

“If we’re on the right track, as the club has believed for years, people stop talking about it.

“We’d love to have tomorrow, this afternoon is better than tomorrow.

“I hope they are not that busy and the referees can see both sides and decide what is best because in the end I know fairly what we won and we won on the pitch and we have no doubts.

“We admit it’s there. If it has happened, it has happened. (But) let’s go, lawyers are ready to sit 24 hours. Don’t wait two years. Why don’t we do it faster?

“Let’s have it for the benefit of everyone as soon as possible. We want to stand up for our principles and if people are in doubt, okay let’s go, let’s do it right away please.

Alleged violations relate to reporting accurate financial information, providing details of manager and player payment information on relevant contracts, a club’s responsibility as a Premier League member to comply with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations, and the league’s own profitability and sustainability. regulations.

The club is also allegedly violating rules that require them to cooperate and assist in the Premier League’s investigation into these violations, which the league says began in December 2018.

What I want is if the Premier League and the referees do something right away, then if we did something wrong, everyone should know.

Pep Guardiola

City have won their fifth title in six seasons and have won seven times since 2011, and are chasing a trio with the upcoming FA Cup and Champions League finals, but Guardiola is nowhere near losing his hunger to win more local titles, although the charges on the club still seem huge.

“Introduce me to a manager who doesn’t want to win. I’m afraid of losing, I don’t want to criticize, I want respect from my players,” he said.

“What we say, what we do is win. I accept my defeats because I always accept that competitors can be better and beat us.

“So when people say we’re failing or losing, others are like crap. But others can be good and beat us. It’s like ignoring the others.

“People make stupid comments when they say that only Manchester City can win the Premier League next season.

Next season will be difficult because all clubs want to beat us. That’s the challenge. We will defend our crown next season, it is ours for a year and we will work for it.

“They (the competitors) have to do better than us if they want to. But if they do, we congratulate them.

United can beat us (in the FA Cup). Inter can beat us. They have three Champions Leagues, we don’t, but we have to do our best to avoid that.”