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Pep Guardiola has already declared who he wants to manage next following Manchester City leaving speculation.



Pep Guardiola is apparently expected to leave Manchester City at the end of next season, and he’s already revealed where he sees his career heading next.

Pep Guardiola has previously spoken about his future aspirations beyond Manchester City.

Despite his commitment to serving out the remaining year of his contract, Guardiola’s future at the Etihad appears to be in doubt. According to the Daily Mail, he is anticipated to leave at the end of the 2024/25 campaign.

After going without a break since 2013, some time away from the game appears likely. However, he has stated that before retiring from coaching, he plans to shift to national team management.

When asked about his future football goals by ESPN Brasil in February, Guardiola replied: “A national team.” I’d like to coach a national squad for the World Cup or the European Championships. That is something I would want.

While he did not specify a country, his native Spain appears to be the most likely consequence. According to the Express, their current manager, Luis de la Fuente, is under contract until the end of the 2026 World Cup.

Guardiola went on to say that he does not know who would want him. To work for a national squad, you must be desired, just as a club. I’d like to experience a World Cup, a Euro, a Copa America, or whatever.

“I’d enjoy that. I’m not sure when that will be, whether it’s five, ten, or fifteen years from now, but I’d like to have experience as a manager in a World Cup.”

Guardiola said little following City’s record-breaking fourth successive Premier League victory. “The reality is I am closer to leaving than staying [after next season],” he stated. “We spoke with the club, and my sense is that I want to stay now. I’ll be back next season, and we’ll talk throughout. But in eight or nine years, we’ll see.

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