Man City won the Premier League during the 2017-18 season in emphatic style clocking up 100 points at the end of the campaign but now the City boss has hinted that he might not stay with the Blue Half of Manchester all his career.
After having widespread success with both Barcelona and Bayern Munich, many felt that Manchester City would be the club where Guardiola will stay for a long period since he has been given the opportunity to rebuild the squad for the grassroots.
Now though that Spaniard has hinted that he will probably move out of the Etihad in the future and plans on moving to international management.
During a visit to Belgium, Pep Guardiola told HLN: “Doesn’t every successful coach dream of training a national team?
“I want to be at a World Cup or European Championship once again, yes.
“For now, I want to stay where I am. But if someone makes me on offer in the future, I’m still young.”
And in all fairness to Pep, he is just 47 years old and has already managed to win almost every major trophy in European football. The only thing left for him now is to manage a national side in the World Cup and hopefully win it too.
On the other hand, Manchester City are not known to be a club who stick by their manager for a long time especially if he fails to deliver the goods.
So if Pep Guardiola fails to deliver the goods in the upcoming seasons, who knows, City might just show him the door.
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