For some time, questions have been asked about the presence of a 49-year-old’s in England. In its current form, Guardiola is tied to conditions with City only until the summer of 2021.
There is a “good chance”
Pep Guardiola is being dragged “home” by Barcelona, and there is a “good chance” that the coach will leave Manchester City shortly, claims former winger Trevor Sinclair. For some time, questions have been asked about the presence of a 49-year-old’s in England. In its current form, Guardiola is tied to conditions with City only until the summer of 2021. He stopped to renew that contract or to get involved in a discussion about how long he intends to stay with the current champions of the Premier League. That is, leaving the exit door ajar, and those at Barcelona recognize that to update themselves the opportunity to return a familiar face in a duel.
Pep returns to his origins
Sinclair fears that it is only a matter of time before Guardiola returns to his origins, telling reporters: “Joan Laporta entered Barcelona when Pep was the manager of the youth team, and he put Pep at the head of the first team, and 14 trophies through four years. You don ‘t have that kind of partnership with the person at the club that you love… Pep is Catalan through and through. “If you leave, I think your heart will always try to bring you home, and I think that if there is one person who can return Pep Guardiola to Barcelona, It is Joan Laporta”. The time scale, 2021, when Pep’s contract ends. He wants to finish work and win the UEFA Champions League with Man City. But he may not do this depending on what happens with the UEFA ban.
Noel Gallagher: Pep runs Manchester City
“And on a human level, we know that Pep just lost him, mum, to coronavirus, and I feel that Barcelona is dragging him home, and there is a good chance that he can return to Barcelona. Popular city fan Noel Gallagher is not convinced that the proven winner is looking for a way out of his current surroundings. Oasis star said when he quizzed out the conversations: “I don’t see him.” Pep runs Man City, and he runs it. When you go to Barcelona, you don’t control it, and you know what I mean? “He left for some reason, and I think the club has a lot of politics. “But at City, he rules it, and he’s not mistaken about it, he orders it from top to bottom.
“I think he is in the most excellent position. Besides him and Jürgen Klopp at Liverpool, I would say that every manager wants to be in the position where they are the top person at the club.” What Pep says goes to that club, and it is the end. Therefore, so that he throws it away and returns to Barcelona, where all the politics and history… and returning, can it ever be as good?” I can’t see it.”