Guardiola Reveals Why He Can't Go Back To Barcelona As A Manager
By ERisingokingpin | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 453 views
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been considered as a successful manager and all this come at his time he was managing Spanish club Barcelona. He won trophies there before he left for Bayern Munich before landing at the premier league side Manchester United.
Recently, the Spanish coach has been linked with Barcelona comeback but the Manchester City boss has revealed why he can't go back to Barcelona. Despite many football pundits claiming Guardiola may consider a return to Camp Nou, he has come out and says that won't happen as many expect.
According to Daily Express, Guardiola says he spent enough time at Barcelona and did his best before looking for a new challenge in Germany. Guardiola says he wants to look for a new challenge in other leagues and not in Spain. Guardiola is looking for the third premier trophy with manchester City.
Manchester City may achieve this after a big win against Tottenham and silent Jose Mourinho in the premier league title race. This has made Mourinho life at the club very difficult and he may be sacked.
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