"He (Salah) is younger and it was his first year back in England since his time at Chelsea, so we will see in the future", said Guardiola, talking ahead of City's visit to Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday. This weekend's meeting feels like the most important Premier League game for quite a while, given the division's lack of a proper title race last season.
"When he is a player for a long time with us, hopefully he will be for a long time with us, he will go many, many times to Anfield".
Sturridge faces a tough time breaking into Klopp's preferred front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
Liverpool have drawn most of the plaudits for their start to the campaign but go into the match on a three-match winless run, with defeat and then a draw against Chelsea in cup and league before the 1-0 Champions League loss in Naples. We have many of them.
"I didn't want to lose at Napoli but, if you ask me which is the best preparation mood wise, it's losing a game". We have to battle and fight with them for different things in the league and maybe in the Champions League at one point if it comes to that again.
Milner pulled up moments after a challenge with City right-back Kyle Walker in the first half of the game at Anfield.
Liverpool have improved from last season by signing a new goalkeeper, Alisson Becker from AS Roma for £66 million to replace their former inconsistent goalkeeper, Loris Karius.
As for Manchester City, they were the only Premier League side to register a victory in the Champions League midweek with a narrow 2-1 win over Hoffenheim. So you can understand why people might think they have City's number.
'I see us being stronger as well and that makes it a good game on Sunday'.
Naby Keita had to be take off during Liverpool's clash with Napoli due to a back issue.