Pep Guardiola alludes to a possible extension of Man City’s contract
With the recent announcement of Jurgen Klopp’s impending exit from Liverpool, Pep Guardiola made hints that he might choose to extend his contract at Manchester City.
The German’s departure from Liverpool at the end of the current campaign was revealed on Friday, with one of the reported reasons being that he is running out of energy for the position.
Following Friday night’s 1-0 FA Cup victory over Tottenham Hotspur, Guardiola was questioned about his own level of energy and whether it would affect how long he remains manager of City.
Guardiola suggests extending his contract with City.
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The Spaniard, whose current contract at City is slated to expire in 2025, spoke with the media following last night’s game in north London.
“I’m fine,” he said. I hope to continue for at least another year, if not longer.
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The 53-year-old extended his contract in November 2022, and if he stays, he will have worked at the Etihad Stadium for nine years, which is the same amount of time Klopp will have led Liverpool.
The Spaniard is hoping to create history this season by leading his team to become the first ever to win four Premier League trophies in a row. He has won 14 major titles during his stint at City.
We believe that the team should work behind the scenes to get Guardiola’s signature and keep him at City for as long as possible in order to potentially sign another deal in the future.
Guardiola’s first focus will likely be on the Citizens’ pursuit of the three trophies they won the previous season, though, before any discussions regarding h
is future can occur.