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Bye Manchester City, Guardiola reveals his future and the club he would go after City

Pep Guardiola hints at his future being outside of England in the near future.

Pep Guardiola happy as the Manchester City manager.

In a documentary about the FC Barcelona FeminĂ­ player Aitana Bonmati on the program 'Sense Ficcio,' a conversation between Bonmati and Pep Guardiola excited FC Barcelona fans about his potential comeback to the club. What fans did not expect is Guardiola's desire to return to the Catalan club but as the club president, not a manager. Bonmati expressed her desire to one day become the Barcelona sporting director and bring Guardiola back to the club. Guardiola said, "I would come for free; it wouldn't be an economic issue. But I will be the president, and I will be the one who will sign you as the sporting director."

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Guardiola's contract with Manchester City expires in the summer of 2025, and the English club fears that the Spanish manager will not renew and leave. Guardiola joined Man City in 2016 from Bayern Munich. In the summer of 2025, Guardiola would complete nine years at Manchester City. FC Barcelona is already monitoring the situation, and the Catalan club dreams of bringing him back as the next head coach after Xavi.

The plan FC Barcelona has is to keep Xavi for an extra season and, after that, plan to bring Guardiola in for free. Guardiola's last year in Spain as coach of FC Barcelona was in 2012. He was appointed in 2008, and during his four-year tenure, he won two Champions League trophies, two FIFA Club World Cups, three La Liga titles, two UEFA Super Cups, two Copa del Reys, and three Spanish Super Cups.

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Pep Guardiola's record with Manchester City

Manchester City is the club Guardiola has spent the most time in as a coach in his career. Guardiola has transformed the club into an elite level where he has won multiple trophies. With Man City, Guardiola has won a Champions League title, five Premier League titles, a FIFA Club World Cup, a UEFA Super Cup, two FA Cups, four English League Cups, and two Community Shields.

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