Midfielder Josko Gvardiol spoke with the media following his signing ceremony with Manchester City. He also says that he is relieved to no longer be Erling Haaland’s rival.
Thus, the signing of Man City midfielder Josko Gvardiol was officially finalized today, August 5, when the two parties signed the contract.As a result, Josko Gvardiol has signed a 5-year contract with Blue Man.
And, following the signing ceremony, the Croatian player spoke to the media.As a result, Josko praised both the strength of Man City Club and individual scorer Erling Haaland.
Josko Gvardiol feels lucky to be teammates with Haaland.
The rookie born in 2002 said: “Honestly, in the last season every team wanted to avoid Man City. But unfortunately, we (RB Leipzig) were one of the teams that encountered Man. City in the Champions League.
We knew it was going to be a very difficult game, but it was unbelievable. The way Man City play at home, and the atmosphere there, is really on a whole different level. They really deserve to win the Champions League.
As for Erling Haaland, we all know well what he did last season and congratulations to Erling. In the last season as well as the season before in the Bundesliga, he has always shown resilience, strength, agility.
Haaland has everything to be one of the best players in the world. Luckily I’m on the same side as Haaland now and of course I won’t have to worry about him anymore.”
Josko Gvardiol will be able to work with coach Pep Guardiola, the world’s leading military commander today, after joining Manchester City. And, of course, he was ecstatic about it.
The Croatian added: “I’m the type of person who likes to face challenges and experience new things. So I’m definitely looking forward to working with the best manager in the world to learn and improve yourself.
I really like Pep’s leadership style. Man City’s possession style is what brought me here and I hope that this style of play will work for me. I can’t wait to join the club and learn from the best. I have to admit that I’m surrounded by world-class players, and it’s an honor to be here.”