Pep Guardiola has hinted at an early exit from England!
“My memories will be of living in Manchester and working at an incredible club with this group of players and staff. This is my happiness. Of course we will try to win the UCL but if not, I won’t see it as a disaster,” Guardiola began.
“What I know I will leave at Man City will be great, awesome. It’s not about winning titles. It’s about relationships with the English people I have met and worked with here. Part of me is a manager but I am a human being, this is my life.‘
The City coach added: “Are these relationships going to change because we don’t win the UCL? No. It happened in Munich. We won a lot of titles but not the UCL. Am I going to say I was unhappy in Munich? No. And that I don’t have friends in Munich? No, I have many.”
“Winning the UCL isn’t about me. David Silva deserves it more than anyone. Sergio Aguero as well. Nico [Otamendi] was in the locker room against Real Madrid supporting his team-mates and he played the last 10 minutes. We’re going to try.”