Nathan Redmond Refutes Report That Pep Guardiola Called Him a 'W--ker'

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His rivalries with Guardiola - whose side, now eight points clear of United at the top of the Premier League, United play at Old Trafford on December 10 - and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger are both well documented.

"What I said is what I said and what Nathan Redmond said in his statement yesterday", he continued.

Guardiola, though, was let off with a warning from referee Paul Tierney after his wild celebrations on the pitch following Raheem Sterling's stoppage-time victor at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. "I said to Nathan: 'You are a good player and you have to attack'". "Hopefully, I will improve", Guardiola said, as reported by the Mail Online. But they didn't want to play, they were time-wasting from the ninth minute.

The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss has been given until Monday to respond to the FA. If they don't believe me, I don't know what we're doing here. Redmond issued a statement on Twitter in response to growing media speculation, confirming "nothing negative or offensive was said". "I admire him as a football player and I say thank you for his comments".

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And he did not want to discuss the latter on Friday, saying: "Forget me against Wenger".

Redmond has since said the Spaniard was "only very complimentary and positive".

He admits he would have been furious had he been the Southampton manager and termed Guardiola a disgrace for expecting teams to just roll over against his expensively assembled squad. I never judge and never will judge the way my opponents play against my team. "My emotion was there because of how I celebrated, scored the goal after 96 minutes". Hojbjerg told Redmond such behaviour was not unusual and, if Guardiola liked a player, it did not matter whether they played for his side. "But I think I was clear, we were clear, when Arsenal wanted him we said no, that's not going to happen, he's still young, we hope to make him happy and he can stay for longer. but it depends on the club and him".