Gerard Pique is hoping Manchester United beat Manchester City to the Premier League title this season.
The former Man united centre-back was brought by Pep Guardiola in 2008 at Barcelona and saw massive success under the City manager.
He arrived at Old Trafford as a 17-year-old in 2004 and only managed 23 appearances before he left for the Camp Nou, however he insists his allegiance will always be with United.
“Between Pep and United, I go for the latter,” told Marca.
“I had some really good years there and I’ve always considered it as a second home.
“I’ll always be more of a Red Devil, although I have to admit that I follow City fondly because there are people there I know, like Txiki [Begiristain, City director of football], who helped me come to Barcelona, and teammates like [Jesus] Navas and [David] Silva.”
He spent four years at Old Trafford after failing to become a first-team regular under Sir Alex Ferguson.
However, even though has has now made over 300 appearances for the Catalan giants, it’s brilliant to hear he still prefers Mourinho’s side.