Pep Guardiola has warned Manchester City their current form will get them nowhere in this season’s Champions League. According to Skysports.
Saturday’s derby win at Old Trafford gave Guardiola four wins from four in the Premier League, while Steaua Bucharest were on the wrong end of a 6-0 aggregate defeat in the Champions League qualifiers.
However, the City boss is demanding more attacking efficiency ahead of Tuesday’s opening group game against Borussia Monchengladbach at the Etihad.
Guardiola said: “Until now in the Premier League it has been okay, but to compete against the best clubs in Europe, in this moment with the way we are playing, we are not able to.
“We have played, not all of the games, but part of most of the games at a high level, and of course we have to continue.
“If you ask me whether we are ready to compete in Europe, we are not ready. We create, but in front we need more. But it is just two months together, so we have time to get better.”