Guardiola: “Haaland is better. Foden? The third child will help him not always go to sixth form”

When will he come back Erling Haaland? “I talked to him and he said she feels better, but I don’t know,” she responded like this, quickly, Pep Guardiola at the press conference. Manchester City will be busy this weekend in the match against Nottingham Forest, after beating Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton 4-0 last night. In the press conference the coach of the Citizens it doesn’t unbutton.

Moving on to other topics, however, Guardiola expressed himself as follows on Foden:
“I’ve said it many times, Foden plays in sixth gear, but he can’t play every game at the same level. Sometimes you have to shift down to second or third, I think that’s something he’ll learn to do. With Brighton he did much better than in the previous two or three games. Everything goes very quickly and in football sometimes you have to go slowly and then start again and surprise the opponent as the years go by, he will understand the game better, he will have more experience and he will use it because he loves to play and he has a good eye for goal and an incredible work ethic. The way he runs, the way he presses, we are happy and happy about it.”

Why do you think Foden can’t always play in the sixth? “I would like him to do it, but by doing so you lose precision. If you go in sixth gear you constantly lose the ball, you are not effective. Sometimes you have to cut back, you have to learn when to be more aggressive or calmer. But it’s just a matter of time. He has improved a lot and maybe his third son will help him from this point of view too. If he needs some rest now I will have to think about it, all the teams need it, I can say that we are tired. It’s normal at the end of the season, but at the same time it’s always exciting to fight for the Premier League again. It’s a dream come true. I really can’t wait It’s happened in the last few seasons and I thought maybe we wouldn’t be able to do it this year.”