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BEIJING — Nolito has said he turned down Barcelona to sign for Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.
Nolito, 29, said he had a straight decision between the two clubs and opted to join the Premier League side in a £13.8 million move from Celta Vigo.
Nolito started his career at the Camp Nou, where Guardiola promoted him to the first team, and said the Catalan coach was one of the major factors behind his decision to reject his former club.
“The truth is I enjoyed working with him in Barcelona even though it wasn’t much time,” he told reporters. “It’s a reason for me to come here but not the only one.
“It was also about City — they have a great team, it’s a great project, they got to the semifinals of the Champions League last season and the truth is I will try to help this club achieve great things.”
Asked if it was a straight choice between City and Barca, he replied: “Yes. It’s something I spoke about with my family and my management.
“I thought it was the best decision for me and my career. I have come to the Premier League to play with City under Pep Guardiola, who will play me in the first team and I am very happy with the decision I took.
“I wish Barcelona all the best. I am very proud of Barcelona’s interest, but now I am here and I think I made the best decision to come here.”
Nolito, who impressed at Euro 2016 despite Spain’s disappointing exit in the round of 16 to Italy, only joined up with his new teammates on their preseason tour to China.
But he has been impressed by what he has seen so far and believes City are capable of challenging for silverware in every competition this season.
“I have been here a couple of days, but I can see we have a good team and we can do anything,” he added. “Why can’t we win the league?
“It’s a different league, the hardest in the world, and I think we will try to win it. Let’s see what happens. [David] Silva, [Sergio] Aguero — they are players who play near me — they are good players. But they have good players from the goalkeeper to the strikers, they have a great team, we have it all.
“I think that it is one of the best teams in Europe. They have some of the best players and facilities in Europe. I am very happy with what I have seen so far.”
Nolito turns 30 in October but was a relatively late bloomer after spells at Barca, Benfica and Celta. He made 34 appearances for Celta last season, scoring 13 goals, and he insists he still has plenty to offer.
“I am 29, I am in the best form and shape of my career and I had a good year last year,” he added. “I am relaxed about it.
“I have followed my path in life, but things have started to come together now. I feel like I have done a good job wherever I have gone.”
Jonathan is ESPN FC’s Manchester City correspondent. Follow him @jonnysmiffy.
BEIJING — Manchester City sent a groundsman to the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing 10 days ago to try ensure their preseason derby with Manchester United goes ahead, a club source has told ESPN FC.
Concerns were raised about the state of the pitch following a deluge of rain in the Chinese capital. City responded by sending over deputy head groundsman Craig Knight to help local ground staff repair the pitch after large areas were hit by fungus, which made it virtually unplayable.
The Manchester Evening News reports that senior figures at the club are “bemused” that United did not do the same to save the high-profile fixture.
Despite Knight’s efforts, there are still worries that the game could be cancelled with the pitch set to take another soaking with more thunderstorms forecast before the kick-off on Monday night.
Both teams were due to train on the pitch at the stadium on Sunday but had to switch their training sessions to the nearby Olympic Sports Centre instead.
City boss Pep Guardiola and United manager Jose Mourinho share concerns about the pitch and are worried about their players picking up injuries.
“We didn’t see the pitch but there is a lot of water in the last days so we understand it’s not in a good condition but OK we’re going to adapt and adjust,” Guardiola told a news conference.
“It’s our second game of preparation — the most important thing is that the players are not going to be injured.”
His comments were echoed by Mourinho, who said: “I think Beijing is unlucky because the pitch is very bad. I hope our players and City’s players can go home without injury.”
A decision to switch training from the Bird’s Nest Stadium caused problems for the prematch briefing, with Guardiola handed a towel to wipe his face as he answered questions in a sweltering conference room.
Mourinho held his prematch news conference on the side of the stadium pitch because of the temperature and cramped conditions of the press room.
Jonathan is ESPN FC’s Manchester City correspondent. Follow him @jonnysmiffy.
Jose Mourinho says he is targeting the Premier League title with Manchester United this season.
Mourinho takes charge of a United side that has not won the league since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013, with Louis van Gaal’s fourth-place finish in 2014-15 their best since.
However, after reinvigorating the squad with the arrivals of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly — and with Paul Pogba potentially following — he is optimistic that United are ready to challenge once more.
“I want to be champion,” Mourinho said in The Sun on Sunday. “To say before the season starts that the top four is the target? The top four is not the target. We want to play to be champions.
“If during the season we realise the points difference doesn’t allow us to fight for the title, we are going to establish a new title, and when you can’t be champion the next target is to finish top four.
“But day one, I don’t want to hide behind a bad season or no Champions League football to say we want to finish top four.”
He said United’s executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, had not set specific targets on where the team should finish.
“There was no ultimatum,” he added in The Sunday Times. “The message from the owners and Mr Woodward was: get your three years, do your work, improve the team and bring us back where we belong during a three-year period.
“My message was that I wanted to win the title in the first season.”
However, United finished fifth under Van Gaal last season, which means they will take part in the Europa League group stage in Mourinho’s debut campaign.
The former Real Madrid and Chelsea boss said playing on Thursday nights will have an impact on their Premier League campaign and said: “You need to rotate players.”
He added: “[It] is very, very difficult for the Premier League. We play on the Thursday, you travel a lot. Then the Premier League doesn’t make any favours.
“You play Thursday and then I don’t think they are going to play us Monday, they are going to play us Sunday, probably at 12 o’clock. For the Premier League it is the worst. It is much easier to be a Champions League team than that.
“Obviously it is much easier to be what Liverpool were two years ago — no Champions League — and what Chelsea are next season with no Champions League.
“One complete week to work every week — that is a dream, that is a dream for a manager who wants to improve his team.
“So we are in the worst possible situation, but in this moment I want my players to think: ‘Every day I want to be champion and want to fight for the title.'”
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