Mourinho also poked fun at Klopp after the German questioned the purchase of Paul Pogba from Juventus in 2016 for a then world-record fee that could rise to £94m.
"I understand the money completely", said Guardiola in a pre-match press conference.
Keita played no part in the win against City and Liverpool said the Guinea global will skip sessions as a "precautionary measure".
"The most physically strong player in the squad cannot play football like Daniel Sturridge and he has no possibility to be that, to be the marathon man of the team, but he can be a very decisive player".
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"You, I think, you have to be fair and now you have to demand and say the team with investments, who are making investments that they started making last season, not just this season, last season".
The boss stated that Liverpool's spending would be the record for the current Premier League season and that they must now win a trophy, something they have not been able to do for a long time.
"Liverpool believe they need these players and spend this money so I'm not judging what they're doing".
The Reds finished fourth in the league last season but superbly managed to make their way to the Champions League final, with their attacking trio Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah leading the front and netting tons of goals. "Because the interest rates are very low", Mourinho said, according to Sky Sports.