Pep Guardiola open to extending his contract with Man City

Pep Guardiola wants to extend his contract with Manchester City.

The Catalan giants signed a two-year contract extension in November last year which now expires in the summer of 2025.

In his seven full seasons with City, Guardiola has claimed five Premier Leagues, two FA Cups, four League Cups, the Champions League and the Super Cup.

There have been reports of Guardiola departing Man City when his contract expires in 2025 as he looks to delve into international management.

Many consider him the world’s most renowned manager following his successful spell with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

With Man City, Pep has boasted a win percentage of 72.3% and his squad managed an average of 2.45 goals per game.

In a recent interview, Guardiola expressed his desire to continue at the Etihad beyond the summer of 2025.

“I have energy. I’m not going to answer,” Guardiola told reporters. “One year and a half is a lot of time in football. I arrived here with long hair and look what happened.”

Guardiola added: “Yeah of course – can leave tomorrow [too].

“I would have loved the team that won 100 points [in the 2017-18 season] to stay eternally. At all the clubs this happens.”


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