Pep Guardiola Planning To Leave Man City In Shocking Report

Pep Guardiola has undoubtedly uplifted Manchester City to a dominant force in England and also a team to beat across Europe. The Cityzens under the Spanish manager not only dominate the English top-flight league, but they have also become European giants.

Phil Foden and Pep Guardiola

Unfortunately, City may have to part ways with their Manager following the report that Pep Guardiola will not stay at the club beyond his current contract.

According to the information of Football Insider’s Pete O’Rourke, Pep Guardiola ‘will leave’ Manchester City in the summer of 2025 when his current contract expires. At the time, the City boss would have completed nine years at the Etihad Stadium, the most he has spent in any club during his industrious football career as a manager.

The report suggests that the tactical master will take a break from football and will likely follow in the path of his rival, Jurgen Klopp, who will quit his job as Liverpool boss at the end of this campaign.

Although Pep has on different occasions expressed his desire to lead a national team to the World Cup, he’s not expected to pursue the dream immediately after he quit his job at the Etihad. He would reportedly give himself a break from football to examine his options.

It is believed that Manchester City will not stand against the decision of their Manager when he finally announced his plan to leave the club, this is a result of the close relationship he has with the club hierarchy.

Instead of trying to persuade him to stay, the Cityzens will want him to be involved in selecting a better replacement who will continue from where he stopped, even though, they knew that it might be impossible to get a replicant of the Catalan.

Should the rumours become a reality, Pep Guardiola will leave Etihad as the most successful coach in club history. Winning many Premier League titles and other domestic trophies before adding the prestigious UEFA Champions League trophy in a memorable treble-winning campaign.

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