Jamie Carragher snubs Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger in huge Pep Guardiola claim

Jamie Carragher has snubbed Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger by naming Pep Guardiola as the Premier League's all-time greatest manager following his six title wins in the last seven years.

Guardiola, Manchester City's mastermind, moved to England back in 2016. After facing a challenging first year, the Spaniard has since managed to secure the Premier League trophy every year except for the 2019/20 season where Liverpool were victorious.

Widely recognised as one of the generation's finest managers with a record of significant success at both Barcelona and Bayern Munich, Guardiola has now entered the esteemed company of legendary managers like Sir Alex Ferguson and Wenger, according to Carragher.

Speaking on the Stick to Football podcast, Carragher claimed: "I would put him [Jurgen Klopp] above Wenger, with the only reason being the Champions League. Arsenal didn't quite crack that did they, but Klopp got to three finals, won it once, and I just think coming up against City and the points totals as well.

"I'd put Pep Guardiola top of Premier League [history]. Sir Alex Ferguson, what he did at Aberdeen, maybe puts him above Pep, but in terms of the Premier League, Guardiola has won six in seven [titles], and he's only been here for eight years. Ferguson would have only won his first once after being there for seven years.

"I'd go, Pep, Ferguson, Jose [Mourinho] because he came back and won the league with Chelsea, then Klopp next."

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Gary Neville, who played under the legendary Ferguson at Manchester United, weighed in on the discussion. Despite acknowledging Guardiola's impressive achievements, Neville remained loyal to his former boss.

He explained: "What Pep has done, in not even a short period of time, you can't deny that if someone put Pep top, I wouldn't say you're out of order, I'd just say Sir Alex. If someone said Pep Guardiola was top, I wouldn't say you're wrong. I'm likely to go with Sir Alex anyways aren't I."