Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has revealed he is ready to leave Manchester City, but only under one special condition: if he feels something is broken. Pep made his claims during his pre-match presser, where he revealed that he doesn't plan on staying at Manchester City forever.While elaborating his point, he made reference to Arsene Wenger and Manchester United coaching legend Alex Ferguson, who had long coaching spells at their clubs. The Spaniard said he doesn't plan on being like them, and he will leave as soon as he feels he and the club are tired of each other.
In his own words, Pep had the following to say about leaving the club: "I continue to say I'm not going to stay like Fergie and Arsene." Pep said this while making reference to the long stays the two managers had at their respective clubs.
About the contract he recently signed, Pep had the following to say: "The contract is just paper. I extended because I have the feeling we can still play well. But in the end, it's about the results. If we are tired of each other, I will not finish this contract."
Pep finally concluded the topic by stating that the moment he feels something is broken, he will resign or choose not to extend the contract.
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