Raiola proposed the most controversial deal possible, a switch from United to City.
Raiola fell out with Guardiola when he was manager of Barcelona over his treatment of Ibrahimovic, who criticised him in his autobiography.
Although Guardiola claims to have been offered Pogba, as well as his former United team-mate Henrikh Mkhitarya, by Raiola, he also insisted he said no because the 25-year-old would have been too expensive.
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"I remember when I was a young boy seeing Sir Alex Ferguson in the beginning win the titles - that's attractive, that is what I want to live with my guys". I'm a coward. I never speak with him.so maybe for you that explains what he thinks about me.
Guardiola, who will hope to have Sergio Aguero back after a knee injury, said: "I'm not going to answer any questions about if we win and celebrations on the pitch. During this hard process with him passing away, I managed to have contact with his family through his son, so I know exactly how they feel about their father and obviously I feel sorry".
"Comparing someone to a dog is bad. And to talk about dogs... that is disrespectful to dogs".
And Guardiola said he was invited to sign the midfielder two months ago, hinting that an offer for Pogba was on the table during the January transfer window. He wants his players to come to here. So, no. No way. He was a brilliant player in a great generation of very good English players and then he was a Chelsea man for many years, connected with the coaching staff and then as an opponent, because I think the last time he was coaching was with Aston Villa, if I'm not wrong. He deserves his players to play with better guys.More news: Knebel expected to miss 4-6 weeks with strained hamstring
Raiola is well known for his fiery style, clashing repeatedly with Milan over Gianluigi Donnarumma's contract.
Pep Guardiola following the Liverpool match hinted that because of tiredness and keeping in mind of the second leg against Liverpool, he may rest some key players for Saturday's Manchester derby. As a person he's an absolute zero.
"He's a classic priest: 'Do as I tell you - don't do what I do'".
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Jose Mourinho has no doubt his Manchester United side will bounce back if they fail to spoil the party and prevent Manchester City from clinching the Premier League title. We would like to beat them, we would like Tottenham Hotspur to beat them. The toughest league is this one and the most satisfaction would be (to lift the title) with what we have done in the Premier League, if we are able to win it.
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