Former Manchester United striker, Dwight Yorke, has claimed that the club would have been Premier League champions if Pep Guardiola was the manager.
Yorke lauded Guardiola’s attacking style of football and slammed United manager, Jose Mourinho, for not sticking to the club’s traditions.
“Look on the blue half of Manchester. Don’t tell me those players are so far superior to the players we have. We’ve got a very strong attacking line-up.
“The difference is they’ve got a manager who thinks positive and plays attacking football. We have a manager who wants to win 1-0 and be defensive,” Yorke told Dubai Eye radio station.
When asked if United would win the league and score 100 goals like City with Guardiola in charge, Yorke said: “I think they would definitely win the league, because he’s on the front foot. He’s playing attacking football.”