World Cup victor Maradona has said he intends to spend a week in Manchester in the near future to see the former Real Madrid manager in action.
Asked if he would be interested in coaching in Spain, the 1986 World Cup victor said only a "long-term project" would interest him, but first he wants to go to Manchester to learn from Mourinho.
However, Maradona feels former Real Madrid, Chelsea and Inter boss Mourinho is the world's best coach, and believes Guardiola's style works because of the buying power he's had backing him throughout his career.
Maradona gave Guardiola credit, but added the caveats that he had built on strong foundations during his gilded tenure at Barcelona and could call on City's willing and wealthy owners in his current job. "I give Pep credit for making the most of what Johan Cruyff left".
"I have said on more than one occasion that tiki-taka was not invented by Guardiola". It was "Flaco" Cruyff. "Only that now Pep can choose any player in the world he wants so the tiki-taka is easier that way".
Pogba was also reported to have told his agent Mino Raiola to have discussion with Manchester United chiefs over the possibility of increasing his weekly salary at Old Trafford.
He is aiming to take Dorados back to the first tier of Mexican football.
"Yes they could win it", he said. They now sit in mid-table in the Ascenso MX after 14 games of the season played.