The 49-year-old remains in the final year of his contract at the Etihad Arena.
Pep Guardiola has stated he would like to “stay longer” at Manchester City.
The City manager remains in the final year of his contract at the Etihad Arena and speculation over his future is most likely to boost as the season goes on.
Victor Typeface, a prospect to be the next Barcelona president, has revealed a desire to take Guardiola back to the Nou Camp, where his past successes included 2 Champions League accomplishments.
When inquired about Typeface, Guardiola stated at an interview: “I am incredibly happy here. I’m delighted to be in Manchester and I hope I can do a good job this season to stay longer.”
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City have actually had to deal with a host of injuries in the early part of the campaign, a problem Guardiola feels has been intensified by the reduced summer break and the strength of the pandemic-affected calendar.
Other clubs have also been impacted and Guardiola has prompted the Premier League to think about going back to enabling 5 replacements, as they carried out in the closing phases of last season after lockdown.
Guardiola stated: “Certainly they should, they must 100 percent. It’s not about one club.
Sergio Aguero, second right, has struggled with injury this season (Catherine Ivill/PA)
” There are stats that they do not reject– that in the Premier League players have 47 percent more muscular injuries than the previous season, due to no preparation for the majority of the teams and the quantity of games.
” All the leagues– Germany, Spain, all over– (allow) 5 alternatives to safeguard the players, not to safeguard oneteam Ideally they can do and reevaluate what the remainder of the world does due to the fact that we have to change to the pandemic situation and other things.
“The reality is completely different now to before. Intelligent people adjust to the situation in the world – football is about the players. We’ll see.”