Energy Guardiola has said he plans to leave Manchester City when his current understanding runs out in 2023. The 50-year-old Spaniard, who joined City in 2016 and has won three Premier League titles, feels he will require a rest following seven years in charge.
Also, the past Barcelona lead mentor revealed his next want is to accept accountability for a public gathering. “Following stage will be a public gathering, in the event that there is conceivable. A public gathering is the accompanying stage,” he said at a XP Investimentos event, as reported by ESPN on Wednesday.
“Following seven years in this gathering, I trust I will have a stop. I should have a break, see what we’ve done. Likewise, meanwhile, I should set up a South American [team], European [national side], playing a Copa América – I need to have that experience.”
Guardiola required a year break following his departure from Barcelona in 2012 after four years at the Camp Nou, and joined Bayern Munich in 2013.
His comments will come as a further hit to the City reformist framework on the day their mission for Harry Kane completed, with the England head asserting he would stay at Tottenham this pre-summer.