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Reflect on football, the uncertain future of Pep Guardiola

By Liam Styles

Reflect on football, the uncertain future of Pep Guardiola

The Manchester City coach took advantage of the question about his continuity at the English club to analyze how uncertain tomorrow is in sport.

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has hinted that he could consider extending his contract with the club beyond its current term, which ends in the summer of 2025. This revelation has taken many by surprise, as it was widely believed that Guardiola would leave office at the end of his current contract.

After securing the treble last season with a Champions League victory over Internazionale, Guardiola's future at Manchester City looked uncertain. However, recent developments, such as the departure of key players Ilkay Gündogan and Riyad Mahrez, as well as the injury of Kevin De Bruyne, have led Guardiola to re-evaluate his plans.

When asked about the possibility of extending his time at the club, Guardiola responded with an enigmatic statement that suggests he is open to the idea. I have energy. I'm not going to answer, he said. A year and a half is a long time in football. I came here with long hair and look what happened.

Guardiola's comments have led to speculation among fans and pundits alike. If he decides to sign a new contract, he would have the opportunity to build on his impressive achievements at Manchester City. In his seven seasons with the club, Guardiola has won five Premier League titles, two English Cups, four League Cups, the Champions League and the Super Cup.

City and the Champions League

As City prepare for their next Champions League match against RB Leipzig, Guardiola's focus remains on the present. However, his willingness to consider staying beyond his current contract suggests he sees more to achieve at Manchester City.
 


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