News now: Man City ambassador explains why Pep Guardiola isn't worried about Arsenal next season

Shaun Wright-Phillips, a former Manchester City player, asserted that his former team is unconcerned about Arsenal in the upcoming campaign.
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Despite controlling the most of the Premier League title battle last season, the Gunners were ultimately unable to stop City's near-perfect run of play in the final few months. As a result, City won the league by five points. Since then, Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, and Jurrien Timber have all been acquired by Mikel Arteta's team at a cost of over £200 million.

According to Wright-Phillips, who currently serves as a club ambassador at the Etihad Stadium, Pep Guardiola and company seem unfazed by it. He told The Mirror, "We're not worried about Arsenal next season.

"So many other teams have improved since the previous season. There will likely be more chances for other teams to try to retaliate against Man City and Arsenal, in my opinion.

The difficulty is to continue dominating the Premier League because other teams have gotten stronger. City have done so for more than ten years. With Pep Guardiola, you never know. He likely has something else up his sleeve after playing with four center backs last season.

Wright-Phillips made sure to make fun of his father, Arsenal icon Ian Wright, as well. To be fair, my dad handled it pretty classily, he continued. Especially following the matches against Arsenal at the Emirates and the Etihad, he acknowledged that Man City deserved it.

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