Chelsea club boss Abrahimovich have been trying to get Guardiola into his club as a manager but all his effort was turned down. Guardiola is most ranked world class manager with alot of achievements and he is currently in Manchester city. Abrahimovich has tried more than five times to hire Guardiola but he has been refusing the request. A lot of achievements is seen in Guardiola managerial skills which make different club owners to seek for his service.
Abrahimovich reportedly to have been in need of Guardiola service in his club which makes him not to lose hope in his effort to get him to Stamford bridge. The first effort made by Abrahimovich was in the year 2010 when Carlo Ancelotti was struggling to manage Chelsea but his effort was turned down after Guardiola refused to leave La Liga to English Premier League. During this time Guardiola was winning alot of trophies in Barcelona and he was the first manager to win sixteen trophies within four years.
Chelsea boss never gave up. He tried to get back to Guardiola after Carlo Ancelotti was knocked out of his club following poor results and lack of management skills but again he refused to turn back to this opportunity. During this time Guardiola was almost leaving Barcelona following the expiration of his contract with the club. Abrahimovich got the breakthrough to hire him after leaving Barcelona but it was impossible since Guardiola was already been taken by another club.
Abrahimovich reportedly to have made another attempt to secure Guardiola when Jose Mourhino was sacked out of his club in 2013 but his request was still not accepted. Guardiola reportedly to have refused Abrahimovich's request to be his club manager many times than any other manager in the world. Guardiola is a performing manager who is always looked for by many club owners to enjoy his achievements. He has won four premier league titles and he us going to win the fifth one this season since he joined Manchester city.
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