Does Pep Guardiola do like Jürgen Klopp and will he soon extend his current contract? The Spaniard should, according to the British Sun have already agreed in principle to the contract extension at Manchester City. Two years should be added.
In the past few days, Jürgen Klopp had extended his contract with Liverpool FC. Now Guardiola is said to be on the verge of extending his tenure with the Citizens. The Spaniard’s contract runs for one more season and is set to be extended by two years. In addition, the new working paper should contain a clause for a further year. Pep could complete the ten years at City with that.
Die Sun also raises speculation that Guardiola’s possible contract extension could go hand in hand with Erling Haaland’s commitment. The striker prefers a move to Manchester. But only if Pep were to be his coach for more than a year. If the Catalan actually extends his time with the Citizens, a transfer from Haaland may also be imminent.
The 51-year-old Guardiola has had a points average of 2.34 in his time at Manchester. He won three championship titles in the Premier League. In addition, Pep won the English Cup once and the English League Cup four times. The only thing missing is an international title with Man City. There is still a chance to do so in the current Champions League season.
Should Guardiola actually extend his contract, he would have three more years to collect even more trophies and establish the Citizens where they already are – at the top of the world football game.