Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has today deliver shocking news to Chelsea and Manchester City fans following his claim that he wants to manage Chelsea's England left back defender Reece James before he retires in his managerial position. Reece James has been a long time target for Guardiola but Chelsea rejected Guardiola's request.
According to the England Sky Sports News today morning, Pep Guardiola has claimed that he will manage Reece James before going out from premier league competition but he didn't specify if he wants to manage him at Chelsea or Manchester City. Reece James is currently the main left back for Chelsea after outshining Cesar Azpilicueta.
"I like seeing Reece James playing at the field and I will like to manage him one day in England" says Pep Guardiola according to the England Sky Sports News today morning.
Recently, Pep Guardiola wanted Reece James for a swap deal with Rahim Sterling but Chelsea didn't accepted the deal. He had also claimed that he could like to coach Chelsea in future ahead of other premier league clubs. My question is, is Pep Guardiola tactical than Thomas Tuchel? Should Chelsea sell Reece James to Manchester City? Let's meet at the comment section below.
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