European Giant set to approach Man City for Pep Guardiola. The Spaniard has another year left on his contract with the English side.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City may be 16 points off of run-away league leaders in the Premier League right now. However, despite the side slowing down after two highly impressive seasons, the Spaniard is still a highly sought after manager around the world.
It is evident from the fact that a certain European Giant are all set to approach Man City for the possibility of recruiting Pep Guardiola to their camp. The European Giant is none other than reigning French champions Paris Saint-Germain.
Pep Guardiola only has a year left on his contract with Manchester City. However, he has repeatedly said that he will still be in charge at the club next season including, before City’s 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace.
Guardiola said: “Unless they sack me, I am staying, 100 per cent.
“It’s not because we have won the last two games.
“Even if it was going bad, I’m not going anywhere.
“No manager wins all the time. I enjoy working with these players. We’ve lost some games so it is simple, we need to work out what we can do better.”
PSG want Guardiola to take them to the next level
According to the Express, PSG are convinced that they can persuade Pep Guardiola to part ways with Manchester City. Despite Pep’s claims of wanting to stay with the current English champions, the French side are ready to make him a huge offer to join their camp.
PSG’s owners Qatar Sports Investments have spent huge sums of money into making the side a dominant force in France. However, they have failed to emulate the same in Europe. QSI are desperate for PSG to step up to the next level and believe that Guardiola is the perfect man to do so.
However, it is unlikely that Man City will allow Guardiola to leave unchallenged and will definitely offer him a contract themselves in a bid to ward off PSG. It will then be up to Guardiola and what he does with his future.
With PSG, he will have the same resources he has with City and the chance to conquer yet another country. In England, however, he will have the opportunity to take on Jurgen Klopp once again to prove which of the two is the better manager.
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