Guardiola, Manchester City manager has joked that some of his players will be fined for not inviting him on a night out.
On Sunday, footage showing players like as Jack Grealish, Riyad Mahrez, and Kyle Walker outside a venue in Manchester city centre surfaced on social media. Grealish was said to have been denied admittance.
Grealish and Phil Foden were reportedly disciplined after arriving at training in a poor state after a night out in December, but Guardiola seems unconcerned.
The City boss Pep Guardiola said: “I’m so upset – because they didn’t invite me! I don’t like it. Hopefully next time they can invite me and do dinner correctly at 8 o’clock.
“The video didn’t show exactly what happened – dinner together, sober, enjoying (time) with their mates and some of the backroom staff.
“The players know there is a risk when they go out today because of social media but all of them – Riyad, Kyle, Ally (Marland, staff), Jack were perfect. But they will be fined because they didn’t invite me!”
Asked if he felt the players had been unfairly treated over this incident, Guardiola said: “In this case, yes.”
The footage was shared with the assertion that Grealish was denied admittance because he was inebriated, despite the fact that he appeared wobbly on his feet and was being escorted by a City employee.
The group of City players, who included their pals, opted not to enter the bar because it was too crowded in the front and they couldn’t utilize a side door, according to City.
The party chose to eat somewhere else, and the incident was captured on camera before 8 p.m., when the players were not under any curfew.