Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has invited Manchester United fans to join his team in celebrating the league title.
City will be taking on Aston Villa on the final day and despite Guardiola claiming that entire England wanted Liverpool to win the title, he expressed his surprise that their cross-town rivals and neighbors Manchester United were actually backing them.
"So United likes City more than Liverpool? Oh my God, I didn't know it. Welcome to United fans if they want to join us in the streets but they have to wear the blue shirts, they have to wear it. I was wrong when I said everybody in this country wants Liverpool to win," Guardiola said in his presser.
United don't want their bitter rivals, Liverpool, to equal United's record 20 league championships and go on to surpass Sir Alex Ferguson's 1999 Treble.
City only needs a win to win this season's title with Liverpool, who will be taking Wolves, hoping that Villa beats or hold City on the same day.