Pep Guardiola’s future managerial plans already mapped out


Few coaches in world football are in higher demand than Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola, who has unveiled what he hopes to do after leaving the Premier League club.

After replacing Manuel Pellegrini at the helm, Guardiola has been pivotal to City’s success in recent seasons, with several players lauding the 50-year-old for his tactical acumen and knowledge of the game.

The Spaniard is contracted at the Etihad Stadium until 2023 and could extend that, but expects to work elsewhere at some point in the future.

Guardiola has already rules out taking charge anywhere else in the Premier League – and hints that he would also come back one day if asked.

Although he has expressed an interest in international football, the 50-year-old admits he has no clear vision of where his long-term future lies. His love for City means he will not coach another club in England.

According to 90min, plans are already afoot that will see him eventually move to New York, and stay within the City Football Group at sister club New York City FC in Major League Soccer.

It remains to be seen what the future holds for Guardiola and City, having previously led Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

At this moment in time, it would be rather difficult to see Pep Guardiola leaving Manchester City in the near future. He seems pretty happy with what he is doing.

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