Guardiola said about Liverpool's spending: "No, I understand completely".
Guardiola however hopes he can see out the new three-year contract he signed in the summer and remain at City longer than he has managed any other club.
His side ripped up the record books in 2017-18 - becoming the first team in English history to reach 100 points with a new high of 106 goals as Guardiola secured his first title in emphatic style. A big club with very big players and a big manager. The records we took was a effect of what we've done every single day'. If Liverpool believe they need these players for this kind of money, that's fine.
Mahrez helped his former club win promotion from the Championship in 2013-14 and then, became a Premier League victor under Claudio Ranieri two season later, but that was to be his last taste of silverware at the King Power Stadium.
Four participants from the City in the Community programme in New York City were also part of the kit launch, with these kids having found greater opportunities in football after Manchester City dedicated a rooftop pitch at their Harlem-based school, Lexington Academy, in 2010.
"I am satisfied by the performance in the first half and the first 15 minutes of the second half, not the last 30 minutes".
Guardiola faces Jurgen Klopp's revamped Liverpool in the International Champions Cup today and the City manager insists they will be title contenders.
With Sane fresh after a summer break and one of the few first team regulars on duty for City's pre-season tour of the United States, Guardiola will at least have the German ready for the Premier League season opener at Arsenal on August 12th. I feel like I have got my mojo back so to speak, where football is concerned.
"It has been a hard week with a long flight, jet lag, but at the end of the week I can say we have worked well, and we have played a good match for 60 minutes".
He scored twice in the final against Spain and was deservedly named as the tournament's best player. Every team tries to do better and better'. "They could be really strong next season".