Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has sent a message of support to all those affected by the Barcelona terror attacks.

And the Blues squad conducted a minute's silence during training on Friday to show solidarity with everyone involved.

The Catalan boss, who was born in the region and played for and managed Barca, was speaking in the pre-match press conference ahead of the game against Everton on Monday.

He said: "My thoughts are with the people who died. Barcelona will wake up and Catalonia and Spain will show again what a beautiful country it is."

He added: "I'm very affected by what happened. My thoughts are for the families and the victims. Las Ramblas is a really important place in the history of Barcelona.

"I'm sure the city and the country will stand up and move on. I just wish that it won't happen again in Barcelona or in the rest of the world."

[Source : Manchester City FC Website]