Reports: Pep Guardiola “exit” has made clear and date “Finalized” as next club revealed

When his current contract expires in two years, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is anticipated to depart the Citizens.

The Guardian reports that Pep Guardiola has made up his mind to leave Manchester City when his contract expires in 2025.

Guardiola signed new contracts last year that will keep him at the Etihad Stadium for an additional two years, and it’s been said that he’s almost certainly decided to part ways with the Citizens after his current contract expires. After managing German club Bayern Munich and Catalan powerhouse Barcelona, the former Spanish international is rumored to be considering the opportunity to coach an international team.


City completed the domestic treble by defeating Inter Milan 1-0 in Saturday’s final thanks to a second-half goal from Rodri. The 52-year-old has won the Premier League in five of the seven years he has lived in England. He has also won two FA Cups, four League Cups, and as of last weekend, the UEFA Champions League.

For the duration of the 2022–23 season, it appeared like they wouldn’t be able to defend their league title, with Arsenal taking the lead. However, Mikel Arteta’s team suffered a late-season collapse, which coincided with Guardiola’s team going on a nearly unbeatable run of form. Patrick Vieira, a former player for the Arsenal, has since compared the current City squad to Wenger’s storied Invincibles squad from 2003–2004.


Vieira told the Evening Standard last week that “many people believe Man United’s treble would never be matched, but now City are close.” “Just like it was for United, it would be an incredible accomplishment for City; they are among the best.


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