Guardiola Explains Why He’ll Not Leave Man City At This Moment

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has explained why he’s not in a rush to quit his position as the head coach of the Premier League champions. He, however, said a day will come that he will either resign or be sacked by the authority.

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Managing top clubs across Europe has become a difficult tasks even for the most experienced managers. The Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp recently declared his plan to leave his current job at the end of the season, claiming that he has been exhausted.

Similarly, Barcelona manager Xavi, who played under Guardiola also made it clear early this week that he would leave his position at the end of the season.

Pep Guardiola on the other hand is in his eighth season at Manchester City and may likely extend his contract when it expires in the summer of 2025.

Asked about his future ahead of the Premier League clash with Burley, the Catalan said he has no reason to leave Man City at this moment because he has everything needed to be successful at the club.

“I have everything that a manager could dream of [at City],” Guardiola pointed out. “I have everything.”

“The hierarchy they always support me. We have changed a lot of players in seven years but all of them have been incredibly supportive. It’s a Good environment so I have everything.

“Still, I feel good and of course one day it is going to finish but I don’t think about that right now.”

Asked about the announcement made by the Barcelona boss to leave at the end of this campaign, the City boss claimed that the pressure in England is totally different from Spain.

“We cannot compare the pressure we have in England and Spain in my experience,” Guardiola added.

“It’s a thousand times higher and tougher there in Spain than here. Here for the managers is a real place to be.

“Obviously, there are a lot of games and six press conferences a week and every three days a game. But the pressure you feel in Barcelona is not comparable to another club.

“I understand completely.”

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