Dimitri Seluk and Guardiola have been involved in a war of words and this week, City's boss had urged the outspoken agent to say sorry for his comments criticizing the Citizens, if he wanted his client to ever play for the club again.
However, Seluk does not have any intention to apologize to Guardiola and has instead stated that the Spaniard should be atoning for his actions for agreeing to replace Pellegrini midway through last season.
Seluk told Sky Sports: "I will apologise to Guardiola if he will apologise to Pellegrini for what he did to him.
"If you are a gentleman this just does not happen. He signed a new contract last year then he gets pushed out for Guardiola to come in.
"Pellegrini was a gentleman."