Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City, admits that he enjoys every visit to Italy. Amid rumors of him moving to manage Juventus in the future,
Guardiola was heavily linked with Juventus in 2019 when Massimiliano Allegri first stepped down from his position. However, no contact was made for the Spanish coach. And in the end, Maurizio Sarri took over the reins. http://ufabet999.com
“I am not going to Juventus or to any other club,” stated Pep. “I have two more years in Manchester and, if they want me, I will do it.” This definitive statement from Guardiola should hush the rumor mills and provide some respite to Manchester City fans who have been anxious about their successful coach’s future.
While Guardiola refuted the rumors linking him to Juventus, he did not refrain from expressing his admiration for Italy. The Manchester City coach, who has previously managed Barcelona in Spain and Bayern Munich in Germany, acknowledged his fondness for Italy and its football.
Since then, Guardiola has signed a contract to manage Manchester City. His current contract expires in 2025, and he recently led the “Blues” to a treble of championships last season.
However, the 52-year-old recently hinted that a move to Italy could be part of his future plans.
“Juventus? They never contacted me. But the food in Italy is very delicious. Will I coach them? I like Italy very much. I often go on holidays,” Guardiola said.