Football NewsPep Guardiola likely to leave Man City at the end of the contract
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Guardiola has hinted that it will most likely leave Man City at the end of its current contract, which ends in 2023.


What did Pep Guardiola say?

The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager suggested that his next move would be an international coach. The Catalan coach signed a two-year contract in November 2020, which will mean he will be with the Premier League club for seven years, more than anywhere else in his coaching career.

Pep Guardiola said that the next step will be the national team, there is a possibility. International football is the next step. Pep needs a break after seven years in City, he needs to stop and look around, learn from other coaches, and he can walk this road. Guardiola would like to coach in the European Championship, America’s Cup, World Championship.

When asked about the possibility of taking on the accusation by Brazil, he added that they are a fantastic team. Pep has already worked with some of their players, and vied with others. A fantastic team, Brazil is always a strong candidate or favorite for trophies. Always was and always will be.


A little about Pep Guardiola

Pep has previously been indicted for Barcelona for four seasons and Bayern for three, but has always maintained that he cannot see himself in one job for too long. Guardiola took on a one-year New York cleanup between Barça and Bayern Munich, but moved straight to Manchester from Germany and achieved an unprecedented period of success with three Premier League titles in five years, although the Champions League remains out of reach.

The former Barça midfielder has won 47 caps for Spain, but he is unlikely to run the country due to pride in being in Catalan. His former assistant Torrent said he would consider coaching Brazil in the future and he helped Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho and Ederson’s careers at Etihad Stadium.

Pep also enjoyed his time in England and the current roster includes several young City players including John Stones, Grealish, Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden.