Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola, has demanded a quick resolution to their legal battle with the Premier League.
Guardiola wants a conclusion, so “people will stop talking.”
City lifted their fifth league title in six years on Sunday, but the club’s success on the pitch has been questioned after they were charged with more than 100 breaches of the Premier League’s financial rules in February.
City, who deny any wrongdoing, have been referred to an independent commission and while it’s unknown how long the process will take Guardiola wants a decision quickly in the hope that any “doubts” over his team’s achievements will be put to bed.
“What I would like is if the Premier League and judges could make something as soon as possible then if we have done something wrong everybody will know it,” Guardiola said on Tuesday. “And if we are, like we believe, as a club for many years in the right way then the people will stop talking about that.
“We would love it tomorrow, this afternoon better than tomorrow. We would love it. Hopefully they are not so busy and the judges can see both sides and decide what is the best because in the end I know fairly what we won we won on the pitch and we don’t have any doubts.”