Report: Pep Guardiola “exit Confirmed as new !Manager! revealed

After it was revealed that Pep Guardiola might leave Manchester City this summer, it is said that the club has already lined up a replacement.


Since joining City in 2016, the former manager of Barcelona and Bayern Munich has presided over an extraordinary run of success. And only last year, he agreed to a new, 2025-year contract with the team.


According to recent rumors, the 52-year-old could reportedly leave Manchester United at the end of the current campaign if he deems his time in the city is over.

He has already had his longest managerial tenure at one club during the seven years he has been in charge of City. Furthermore, there is no disputing what the Spaniard has accomplished with the team.


In that time, he has led City to four Premier League championships, four Carabao Cup victories, and an FA Cup victory.



He has yet to be successful in the Champions League. But in their quest for European success, City will play Bayern in the quarterfinals, with the prolific Erling Haaland directing the attack.


Given that Arsenal leads the battle for the Premier League championship by eight points, it looks that Guardiola has placed all of his eggs in that basket.


But for Guardiola, this could be his final campaign managing City. That’s according to a recent report from Europe that The Sun has relayed.


According to the article, City are worried that the Spaniard is getting set to leave. To that aim, they have already begun looking at options and have chosen Luis Enrique, a former teammate of Guardiola’s from Spain, as his replacement.

Enrique admits a passion for the Premier League

The 52-year-old has been unemployed ever since the Spain national team fired him during the World Cup in Qatar.


Enrique, who was widely expected to succeed Antonio Conte at Tottenham in the summer, also acknowledges his desire to manage in England.


“I would like to try an experience in Premier League,” said Ser Gijon. But I’d only agree to a project if it was intriguing.

If I could do significant, significant things, I would only join a club. I am considering all of my options after receiving approaches from national teams.


Txiki Begiristain, City’s director of football, is well known for being a huge fan of Enrique. He also thinks that, in terms of playing an attacking style of game, he could replace Guardiola with ease.


Additionally, the article states that City communicated with Enrique’s agents earlier. They are prepared to present a potential three-year deal for £14 million each season.

What Guardiola decides to do in the summer is still up in the air. Although it’s widely believed that he’d be content to leave if City wins the Champions League.


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