Guardiola’s Five New Moves After Leaving Man City

Guardiola's Five New Moves After Leaving Man City
Guardiola’s Five New Moves After Leaving Man City

Pep Guardiola could soon be on the move after the Citizens were charged with a recordbreaking number of financial offences. The Premier League is expecting the Spaniard to soon kick off his search for a new club and it will be interesting to see which team he will choose to take his talents to.

He could be inspired by his former assistant Mikel Arteta when it comes to finding a new job. During his time at Barcelona, Guardiola netted two Champions League trophies, two Club World Cup titles, and three La Liga crowns so whichever team takes a punt on him could be in for a real treat.

It‘s a game of footballing football now, so let‘s see which team will land the legendary manager. Last month, Pep Guardiola declared “If I’m training here, I’ll go to Barcelona, wherever they call me – it’s my club!” His comments were in reference to Mikel Arteta, who had left the Etihad Stadium to head back to his boyhood club Arsenal.

Guardiola went on to say “This lad’s got a thing for the Gunners. Everyone has dreams, and I couldn’t stand in the way of his when it comes to the club he loves. Life’s short, so you’ve got to take your chances!”

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Under the stewardship of Guardiola, Man City has been crowned Premier League champions four times since the Catalan tactician took over from Manuel Pellegrini in 2016. Not to mention the fact that they’ve had the means to invest heavily in the process – but that all changed after the arrival of a mega-wealthy Saudi-led consortium at Newcastle United in 2021. Now, the Magpies have the ‘cash king’ crown – and it’s likely that they’ll be looking to ‘recruit’ Guardiola to the northeast in the hope that he can replicate his success in Manchester at St James’ Park.

Inter Milan: 

Guardiola has definitely been an allstar football manager, taking home some serious silverware at Barcelona, Manchester City, and Bayern Munich. But he has yet to kick a ball in Italy, a situation that could soon change if he takes up the chance to lead Inter Milan. Mourinho proved that the Nerazzurri can take home the biggest trophies of all when they won the Champions League back in 2010 and Guardiola could be confident that he can do the same.

England National Team:

Guardiola has admitted in the past that he‘d love to take a penalty kick at international management. Surely the FA would be delighted to have him step in for the current Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate. Gareth has been scoring some serious goals and has just signed a new contract, so props to him,” Guardiola said back in 2021.But when I finish here, I‘d love to shoot for a World Cup or Euros trophy. I‘m aiming high but it‘s not an easy goal to achieve, since there are so few opportunities.”

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Spain National Team:

Guardiola may feel the urge to head home and take the reigns of his home country if he wants to tackle international management. The exmidfield maestro earned 47 caps for La Furia Roja during his career, and told Gary Lineker in 2017:I‘d love to take the helm of Spain. I‘d love to lead them to success in a World Cup or Euro Championships one day.

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