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Neville played for United between 1992 and 2011, winning eight Premier League titles and the Champions League twice in that period.
He's been a United fan since childhood, which means he's naturally a rival to most City and Liverpool fans.
One supporter travelled from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to watch Pep Guardiola's side at the Etihad recently and bumped into Neville outside the stadium.
She then asked Neville if she could have an autograph and after catching a glimpse of her shirt, the 47-year-old looked stunned.
"Where am I signing?" he asks before being told on the back of what many are assuming is her shirt.
She then says "You're the best dude, Philadelphia loves you."
That sees Neville crack a smile and they both pose as he stresses, "Philadelphia loves me, of course it does. Keep going Philly."
It's unknown when the video was recorded, but Neville was at City for Sunday's 5-0 win over Newcastle United and provided commentary on Sky Sports.
City are currently top of the Premier League and went on to smash Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-1 on Wednesday evening.
Victories against West Ham United and Aston Villa in their final two games of the season will guarantee a fourth league title in five years for Pep Guardiola's side.
They were eliminated from the Champions League earlier this month after a dramatic 6-5 aggregate defeat to Real Madrid.
It saw one of Neville's former teammates, Patrice Evra, slam Guardiola for lacking characters in his team.
Evra went on to say that's why Guardiola hasn't won the Champions League since 2011.
The 51-year-old fire back in Friday's press conference, when he brought up his two victories over United in 2009 and 2011.
Guardiola argued: "After the last four games we scored 19 goals so we have incredible personality and these kind of things? I'm sorry but I completely disagree.
"The same character and personality that lost in Madrid is what we have had for the last years.
🗣 "I didn't see when I played against them this kind of personality when we destroyed them." 😅— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 13, 2022
Pep Guardiola responds to the comments from Dimitar Berbatov and Patrice Evra on him being unable to manage "big characters" pic.twitter.com/5JD8tixgH7
"Specialist former players like [Dimitar] Berbatov, [Clarence] Seedorf and Evra and these types of people weren't there.
"I've played against them, and I didn't see this kind of personality when we destroyed United in the Champions League final. Personality is what we have done in the last five years every three days in all competitions."
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