Pep Guardiola seeks to achieve his 5th Premier League title this season with Manchester City almost certainly running away with the league. Pep’s contract expires at the end of this season, and questions about his future are starting to arise.
Pep on City Future:
The Catalan coach’s current contract expires at the end of the season and he so far refused to be drawn on whether he will extend his stay at the Etihad Stadium.
“The club knows exactly what to do, what is the target next step,” Guardiola said. “There will be zero problem about that I’m 100% convinced. They know what is the strategy, what they have to do for right now, tomorrow after the World Cup, and the next seasons. When the club depends on just one person we have problems because the club is not solid or stable. If the club just depends on Pep it’s because we have not done really well in this period.”
“Every decision we made is thinking about the club day after tomorrow for the next years and for the future and the club knows it really well – the type of players that we want to play with me and the way they want to do it. In football, like all sports – tennis and golf and everywhere – you lose more than you win.”
Pep will certainly hope to win the Premier League and the long-awaited Champions League with City before he departs, but the question still remains whether he would sign an extension or not.