Pep Guardiola open to Manchester City contract extension
Pep Guardiola is offered to the potential for extending his contract.
Should he see the contract out, he will have been at the club – a year longer than he spent in charge of Barcelona and two more than he was at Bayern Munich.
Yet, though no talks with the City hierarchy have already been maintained, the 48-year-old would consider staying on if desired.
Asked if he would be interested in prolonging his stay, then the Spaniard said:”I’m open (for it), yes. I’m so comfortable working with this particular club.
“It is dependent on outcomes. When you’re (someplace for) five decades it is dependent upon the results. We will see what happens this season and next year.”
Guardiola’s City broke several records since they rallied 100 points from winning the Premier League at 2018 and followed by asserting last season to that a domestic treble.
There seems Following City spent before eventually appointing him in 2016 courting Guardiola.
Guardiola would want to be sure in his mind his job hadn’t run its program.
He said:”It is not about what the club wants or not. For me personally, I want to view the reaction of my players and what and my players.
“It isn’t as straightforward as I need to extend. I wish to see the club, I want to observe the players, I wish to see how we are working.
“This is definitely the most significant thing after five decades together. You need to feel as though we enjoy to work together and can do it.
“When I feel that’s worse, we will see with the club that the very best way.”
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