Man City Interested In Key Arsenal Man Behind Gunner’s Brilliant Form

Manchester City are preparing for life without Pep Guardiola, who might decide to leave at the end of his current contract after many successful years at the club.

The Spaniard joined Manchester City in the summer of 2016 from Bayern Munich. He had won many Premier League titles, hoping to win four in a row with a victory at the Etihad Stadium against West Ham United on Sunday.

He is in position to achieve a domestic double this season, replicating his success in the previous campaign where he won the Premier League, the FA Cup and added the esteemed UEFA Champions League title, marking a historic first for the club and completing an incredible treble-winning season.

As a result of the standard set by Guardiola at Man City, much would be expected from any manager who takes over from him and Mikel Arteta who has done so well with Arsenal has been identified as a potential replacement for the City boss.

Pep Guardiola - Manchester City

Arteta work at Manchester City as an assistant to Pep Guardiola. He left City to joined his former club in 2019 and has so far transform the Gunners from a mid-table team to title contender.

Last campaign, he top the league for the most parts of the season before losing the spot to his former boss. He could, however, win the league this season if Manchester City failed to secure a victory against West Ham United and the Arsenal defeated Everton.

As a result of his incredible work at Arsenal, there is high probability that he will extend his current contract which will expire in 2025, but should he decides to move on, Manchester City will be eager to make him Pep Guardiola’s successor.

According to TBRFootball, the reigning Premier League champions are “huge admirers” of the Spaniard. The website claim that Barcelona are also interested in his service and both teams are monitoring his contract situation at Arsenal.

Toba Atoyebi

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