At yesterday's Champions League media conference, Guardiola made his points candidly and was then encouraged to move on.
"The club has made a statement on Friday about what happened, stolen emails," he said. "Of course I trust the club and what they have done. Of course we want to follow the rules.
"I'm completely honest, I don't know what happened. I'm a manager, focused on the pitch, the locker room.
"I'm completely out of how we handle this situation. I'm part of the club, I support the club. We want to do what we have to do in terms of the rules."
Guardiola also said: "We work a lot in a good way and that's why I always defend us — especially my players — and what we do.
"In terms of us being undermined, opinions are free. In the end we focus on what we have to do on the pitch. I think for the last decade people say we just win because we have money, not because of other good things.
"That is an issue that always stays here. To achieve a certain level you need time and money.