Pep Guardiola Leaving Manchester City

Is Pep Guardiola Leaving Manchester City?

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Should Manchester City fans be worried that Pep Guardiola is leaving Manchester City and seeking new challenges outside of Premier League? It's only logical for Guardiola to consider what to do next in his professional career. He just won a domestic treble (Premier League Title, Carabao Cup, FA Cup) with Manchester City something that no football club in England has achieved before.

Despite having a contract with City for the next 4 years Guardiola and winning all domestic competitions Guardiola was not able to win the Champions League Title. In the last 3 years, he had to watch Real Madrid winning Champions League Title over and over, not something that a former Barcelona manager and player can digest lightly. Earlier this season, Pep even claimed that the team he has right now is the best in Premier Leagues history and yet he once again flaked out from Champions League.

Players Leaving Manchester City

Manchester City Captain, Vincent Kompany, has announced earlier that this would be his last season. He is not the only top player leaving the club this summer. Pacy winger, Leroy Sane has signed for Bayern Munich just a few days ago and he is not the last person expected to leave the club this summer. David Silva and Fabian Delph are closing to leave the club this summer.

Is it time for Guardiola to leave

There is a lot of speculation surrounding Pep's position. Yes, he has a contract for 4 more years with the club but some of his best players are leaving, which even further decreases Man City Chance to win Champions League in the future. It is very likely that Liverpool FC will challenge for Premier League Title once again and Klopp will do his best to win Premier League Title since it will be 30 years since Liverpool players were crowned Premier League Kings.

There are a few clubs that can attract superstar coach of Guardiola's caliber but the most likely destination for Pep would be Juventus. Juventus need someone to fill the void after their departing coach Massimiliano Allegri. Juventus would not only be a lucrative destination for Guardiola but also a new challenge that he so needs. He has won everything he could with Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Manchester City. Now it's time for Pep to reunite with a player that made more than one of his days miserable. Joining Ronaldo can arguably be the reason for Pep to consider leaving for Italy.

According to Italian sports journalist, Adriano Del Monte it's the done deal and Juventus will be Guardiola's next destination. It is rumored that Pep has met with Fabio Paratici, Juventus Sports Director, and other club representatives in Milano and agreed four-year deal.

If Guardiola decides to join Juventus he will become the first coach that had the privilege to coached Messi and Ronaldo. Perhaps he would finally answer the question that the football world is arguing about for the last 10+ years "who is better Messi or Ronaldo?".

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