Published: Sat, January 09, 2016
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Pep Guardiola: 5 Premier League Coaching Destinations

Pep Guardiola: 5 Premier League Coaching Destinations

"Pep Guardiola is a world-class manager", Gerrard told reporters in Sydney ahead of a Liverpool Legends game on Thursday.

He added: "It's not for sure he will be the manager of a Premier League club next year". Nevertheless, the European title is not the one Guardiola holds in the highest regard.

Award-winning Thai restaurant brand Busaba - who will open their doors on January 18 - believe they have what it takes to attract him to Manchester. "He has done everything from the very first day here for success and he will do this until the last day, together with us".

Bayern, already in Qatar, will be represented by club ambassador, former Germany worldwide Paul Breitner.

It's United's history and legacy which could appeal to Pep and it's not something Chelsea or City can offer.

"I have several offers, but have not yet committed myself".

Spanish football expert Graham Hunter has spoken about Pep Guardiola's interest in the club and has slammed the board for not looking at Guardiola as their next manager, as Louis van Gaal doesn't seem to be impressing at Old Trafford.

"I will give my absolute best until the end".

It's clear he won't accept a challenge that would shame his name - and why should he? I have not really given my future much thought recently because of my injury, but everything is open as things stand. With Manchester City still strongly in contention to win the Premier League, topping the CL group, and in a strong position to contend for both domestic cups, nobody can say that Pellegrini is doing a poor job right now.

Graham Hunter, author of "Barca: The Making of the Greatest Team in the World", claimed to talkSPORT that United would be Guardiola's first-choice destination, but revealed that the club are put off by his lack of involvement in English football.

Bayern, already a dominant force having won the treble in 2013 of Champions LeagueBundesliga and German Cup under Jupp Heynckes, soon became nearly unbeatable at home.

Matthaus also suspects Guardiola will faces a hard few months combining the dual demands of managing Bayern whilst simultaneously planning for his new club in England.


If they do, there can be no question that Manchester City are now amongst Europe's elite - and they would prove that under Guardiola.

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