DEVASTATING NEWS: Confirmed by man city management, pep Guardiola will be stepping down as head coach once the season end Fabrizio has confirmed. Pep Guardiola is reportedly set to leave Manchester City when this season comes to an end. He said “I have this all planned i knew I would be leaving but I didn’t announce cause i didn’t want to kill the teams spirit we had a common goal to win as much trophies as we can. I promise with the team to win the Premier League as my gift to the fans”. The Spaniard has been at the Etihad since July 2016 and he’s guided the Cityzens to 16 major trophies. Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola expected to leave club.


Pep Guardiola is reportedly poised to depart Manchester City when his contract expires in 2025. Since his arrival at the Etihad in July 2016, the Spaniard has steered the Cityzens to an impressive tally of 16 major trophies.

According to Footballwave, Guardiola is likely to take a hiatus from management once his current deal concludes in a year. Last November, he inked a one-year extension to prolong his tenure. While Manchester City is eager for the treble-winning coach to stay, the ultimate decision lies with Guardiola. Under his stewardship, the Cityzens have ascended to the status of a European powerhouse, culminating in their first UEFA Champions League triumph last season.

Guardiola’s tenure has been marked by 347 victories in 469 games, spanning eight years, making it his lengthiest managerial stint to date, surpassing even his tenure at Barcelona despite his Catalan roots. Although Manchester City will make efforts to persuade him to extend his contract as the year progresses, Guardiola will have the final say. Despite speculation linking him with a return to Bayern Munich, his camp has dismissed the possibility of a reunion with the Bundesliga giants, affirming his commitment to Manchester City until 2025.

The five-time Premier League-winning coach has the opportunity to augment his already illustrious trophy cabinet with two additional titles and further solidify his legacy at the Etihad. With Manchester City currently topping the league with two games remaining and a forthcoming FA Cup final clash against Manchester United on May 25th, Guardiola’s influence remains palpable.

In the wake of Jurgen Klopp’s impending departure from Liverpool at the conclusion of the season, Guardiola’s future has garnered additional scrutiny. Klopp, citing ‘fatigue’ as the primary reason for his decision, announced his exit from Anfield after a nine-year tenure.

When asked whether Klopp’s departure could influence his own decision, Guardiola quipped, “Do you want to sack me?” with a smile, indicating his intent to see out the remaining year of his contract and potentially extend it further.

At 53 years old, Guardiola will assume the mantle of the Premier League’s longest-serving manager following Klopp’s exit. Over the years, the two managers have engaged in a friendly rivalry, with Guardiola often emerging on the winning side. However, Klopp disrupted Guardiola’s dominance in English football in 2020 by guiding Liverpool to their first league title in 30 years, adding to his collection of seven other major honors.

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