On Sunday, Guardiola won his fourth title with City
The most he’s ever won with a single team. Guardiola would normally be ready to go at this stage in his career, but for the first time, the ex-Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager seemed satisfied. City is ready to win more games. Ready to renew his competition with Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp at the top of the Premier League standings.
Klopp just signed a contract extension, and the Citizens are hopeful Guardiola will follow suit shortly. There are several reasons for him to extend his contract, the major one being the UEFA Champions League trophy, which has evaded City in recent years.
Yes, Pep has won Europe’s highest title at Barcelona, but he did so with a club he coached rather than created. Guardiola’s teams, Bayern Munich and Manchester City, have thus far failed to win the Champions League. Guardiola will definitely be irritated by this.
Despite this, it’s difficult to claim that any team is better than Man City right now. They demonstrated their greatness on Sunday, and if Guardiola stays for another few years, a Champions League title seems inevitable.
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