•Pep Manchester City career
•Pep Guardiola leaving Man City after treble win
•Personal life .
Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola recently revealed that he plans to cease managing the club.
In an interview he revealed that he doesn’t want to be an Alex Ferguson since the Scotsman , Alex Ferguson worked at the Red Devils for almost 30 years .
“I will not be City’s Ferguson . Being 25 – 28 years old, no “ Guardiola said in an interview.
These words words confirm that Pep only intends to fulfill his contract with Manchester City until the 2025 season and seek a new challenge in his career.
Guardiola confessed that he has worked for Manchester City for several years because the English press does not put pressure on him like in Spain .
The possible destinations of Pep Guardiola
ESPN revealed that Pep Guardiola could work in the Spanish National Team or return to work at FC Barcelona , this is if Barca has has the necessary conditions to pay him.
Pep Guardiola is currently the only manager to win the continental treble twice, the youngest to win the UEFA Champions League, and he also holds the records for the most consecutive league games won in La Liga, the Bundesliga, and the Premier League. He is considered to be one of the greatest managers of all time.
Manchester City signed Guardiola to a three-year contract on 1 February 2016 for a three year contract .He the proceeded to bring in several significant players in the summer, including midfielders İlkay Gündoğa from Borussia Dortmund and Nolito from Celta Vigo .
Through the seasons he’s signed significant players like Kevin de Bruyne and Erling Halaand who have been a great driving force to winning the treble . He’s also proved to be a no nonsense man when it comes to his job by getting rid of players who don’t live up to the expectations however big the player is.
PEP’S PERSONAL LIFE
Guardiola was born to Dolors and Valentí. He has two older sisters and a younger brother, Pere, a football agent. He is an atheist. Guardiola met his wife Cristina Serra when he was 18. They married on 29 May 2014. They have three children named Maria, Màrius and Valentina. Following his tenure as Barcelona’s manager, he stated that he would move to the United States to live in Manhattan, New York, for a year, until he had decided on his future.
To prepare for his position as the manager of Bayern Munich, Guardiola studied German for four to five hours each day. In the same year, Tito Vilanova, former assistant manager at Barcelona under Guardiola, was in New York for the treatment of a life-threatening throat cancer. Vilanova was disappointed that Guardiola only saw him once in two months in the city, stating “He’s my friend and I needed him, but he wasn’t there for me.”
During his time with the Mexican club Dorados in Culiacán, Guardiola gave away “envelopes full of cash” to the lowest paid employees at the club.
Guardiola supports the political independence of Catalonia. In 2015, he confirmed that he would participate in the pro-independence coalition, Junts pel Sí, in that year’s regional parliamentary election.
Guardiola’s mother, Dolors, died from complications of COVID-19 in a Barcelona hospital on 6 April 2020