Man City owner challenges Guardiola to continue with their era of dominance.
Pep Guardiola and the team clinched the Premier League title thrice in the last four years and won the Carabao Cup for the fourth year running.
Since taking over as manager in 2018, Guardiola has won 10 major trophies with the Cityzens and is on the course to win the Champions League for the first time if they manage to beat Chelsea on May 29.
Sheikh said in a statement: “I congratulate the fans of Manchester City football club in England and all the countries of the world, who stood behind the team throughout its career in a difficult season due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
“I also thank the management, players, team coach and all the club’s staff for winning the Premier League, wishing that this wonderful achievement will be a catalyst for more titles.”
Pep Guardiola also paid his tribute to the investment and commitment from the Sheikh to the team.
“In 10 years, City won five times,” Guardiola said.
“Everything this club has done in the last 10 years since Sheikh Mansour took over the club and Khaldoon [Al-Mubarak] the chairman leading the people. We did it. Big compliment for everyone.
“We are part of City in this 10 years, many players and managers to create this. It’s part of that. Five Premier Leagues. I’ve been in Spain and in Germany and I can say this is the toughest one, the toughest league. By far.
“For many reasons, so to achieve five leagues in 10 years means a lot for this organisation. From the most important guys to the less recognised guys externally, a big compliment.”