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Pep Guardiola's transfer fees records

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Pep Guardiola's transfer fees records

During his coaching at Barcelona, Pep Guardiola was with figures such as Zlatan Ibrahimović and Lionel Messi. He led the Blaugrana in a total of 247 official matches, winning 179, drawing 47 and losing 21. 

As a noteworthy fact, Pep Guardiola was never defeated by Real Madrid at the Bernabéu while managing Barcelona. Find the latest news about his boyhood team and get to know all the details of its players.

The stadium Pep Guadiola won the most in: Camp Nou

What is Pep Guardiola up to?

In charge of Manchester City's management until 2023, Pep Guardiola stated in recent months that it is time for a break and to take a new direction, implying that when the contract ends he will retire from the Red Devils. 

He also stated that he would like to coach a national team for tournaments such as the European Championship, Copa America or the World Cup.

Guardiola has been working for several years to make the club's history grow based on titles and great performances. Learn more about other competitions and keep up to date with their results.

Since his landing in the English city in 2016 after leaving Bayern Munich, he has failed to achieve the goal for which he was hired: winning the Champions League. 

In the 2019-2020 so atypical season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Manchester City went from strength to strength and overwhelmed Real Madrid in both the first and second legs, but in a match against Lyon, they were out again before the semi-finals. 

Pep Guardiola during a practice in Manchester City

What about his transfer fees?

The truth is that in these five seasons at City, Guardiola has spent more than 900 million euros on a list of megastars in which the most reinforced area has always been the defense. 

Among the three most expensive players is Rodrigo Hernandez, who was the exclusive request of the Spanish coach and the 'citizens' had to pay a total of 70 million euros.

In second place is Riyad Mahrez who, with good performances and goals, responds to the 67.5 million euros that City had to pay to Leicester. 

Another great investment of the English giant was Aymeric Laporte, the central defender had a price of 65 million euros and came from Athletic Club.

While Manchester City is undoubtedly the team in which Guardiola invested the most money, Bayern Munich is the one in which he invested the least, spending 204 million dollars between its 3 seasons, with Arturo Vidal and Mario Götze being its most expensive additions.

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