According to a report by the Athletic’s David Ornstein, Sam Lee and Pol Ballus, Pep Guardiola has agreed to sign a two-year contract extension till 2025 with Manchester City.
For months on end, there have been several question marks about the Spanish tactician’s future at the Etihad Stadium, with his deal set to expire in 2023.
In fact, Guardiola had even admitted, as relayed by Times Now News that he was looking forward to taking a break from the relentlesss routine of managing City, before moving on to a new role.
Furthermore, the fact that the 51-year-old told Sky Sports that he would only extend his contract at the end of the campaign added more confusion around whether he would prolong his stay at the club.
Guardiola decides to extend his stay at City
However, David Ornstein, Sam Lee and Pol Ballus have reported that Pep Guardiola agreed to pen a two-year extension with the Premier League champions till 2025.
It has been clarified that the brand-new deal is yet to be signed.
Interestingly, it has also been mentioned that when the decorated coach went to visit the club’s owners in Abu Dhabi is when the agreement was sealed.
The best possible news for the Sky Blues
Pep Guardiola has ushered in an era of dominance in English football that was only in place during Sir Alex Ferguson’s time in charge of Manchester United.
With 4 Premier League titles in the last 5 years, the Catalan boss is redefining the meaning of dominance in the country with Manchester City.
The fact that Guardiola, who seems to become an even better version of his near-perfect self, season upon season is now set to manage City for two more years is incredible news for the Etihad faithful.