Pep Guardiola will revolutionise Manchester City – Alves

Pep Guardiola will revolutionise Manchester City, claims Barcelona defender Dani Alves. The Brazilian is full of praise for his former manager and warned the other English Premier League managers.

Dani Alves was with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona when the Spaniard manager Barcelona for four years. The pair had a very good relationship during that time and Dani Alves’ comments echoed that. The Brazilian right back also compared his ex-boss with his current Brazil and Barcelona team-mate Neymar Junior and felt the pair have a similarity in re-inventing themselves.

Pep Guardiola already announced that he is leaving Bayern Munich at the end of the season and he is a 99% confirmed next Manchester City manager. Dani Alves felt that his former manager was not given the freedom he wants at Allianz Arena. He felt that Pep Guardiola was not allowed to revolutionise things at Bayern which he will get at the Etihad.

Though Manchester City denied the reports of agreeing on a personal terms with pep Guardiola, it is just a matter of time to get the official announcement according to the English reports. Pep Guardiola is already the hot topic among the Manchester City fans as they are desperate to see their new manager who has loads of trophies under his belt and is an assurity for more success. Alves told ESPN:

“He is like Neymar. They have such a capacity to reinvent themselves and a dedication to studying things. Obviously, he has a gift, the gift of management. It has not gone bad where he has gone, and won’t go bad this time.”
 
“He left for Bayern, but I don’t believe he liked it so much. He likes to revolutionise everything from the start. There he did not have that possibility, but he will now at City.”
Alves did not finish just with that as he concluded with a warning message to the English Premier League managers to ‘get ready’ since his former manager wants Challenges.
“He likes challenges – everybody else should get ready.”
English Premier League is one hell of a Challenge and Pep Guardiola will make it better.