Connect with us


Manchester City chief insists manager Pep Guardiola will see out his contract



Manchester City chief Ferran Soriano insists manager Pep Guardiola will see out his contract, which is due to end in 2021, despite his contract reportedly having a break clause that would allow the Spaniard to leave at the end of this season.

This comes following the Citizens’ shock 3-2 loss to Wolves on Friday night which means the reigning back to back Premier League champions are now 14 points behind league leaders and rivals Liverpool, who also have a game in hand.

With the lack of success in the league so far, rumours have circulated that Guardiola is likely to leave the club at the end of the year but Soriano is adamant that the former Barcelona manager is going to see out the contract that he signed just last year.

Soriano, who is the CEO of Manchester City, has come out and stated that Guardiola has said that he will not leave and will honour his contract and that only when the time is right, the 48-year-old can leave.

Guardiola, a former Barcelona midfielder, joined the Manchester club in 2016 following a successful and trophy-laden three-year stint at German giants Bayern Munich.

Despite struggling in his first season where he was unable to lift any silverware for the first time in his career, he has led City to 7 trophies in a two-year spell.

Guardiola helped City win back to back league, EFL Cup and Community Shield titles and added an FA Cup trophy last season.

Manchester City in the last two seasons under Guardiola have been the most dominant side in Premier League history having amassed 198 points in two seasons combined.

The quality of football that Guardiola has brought to the Premier League has influenced English football tremendously and has been a joy to watch with players such as Kevin de Bruyne and Raheem Sterling shining under the Spaniard.

With the league out of reach, Manchester City will turn their focus on the Champions League – an important reason for the acquisition of Guardiola in 2016.

The Manchester City boss has yet to win a Champions League without the help of Lionel Messi and co. and will look to prove doubters wrong this year.

The Citizens will face Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid in the round of 16 in a bid to win their first-ever European trophy in the club’s history

Despite an end of year exit looking likely, the bookies have Guardiola at 50/1 for him to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post.

I am a passionate football fan studying in Swansea University. I have written for a number of football based publications including 90min. You can contact me via my email here, or connect and view my linkdin profile

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest News

Football7 days ago

Sheff Utd v Nottingham Forest Live Stream : 5 Ways to watch Championship playoff

Its the second Championship playoff game today as Sheffield Utd take on Nottingham Forest live from Brammall Lane in Yorkshire....

Football1 week ago

What TV Channel is Luton v Huddersfield Live Stream on? Watch Championship playoffs

All eyes will be on Kenilworth Road tonight as the Championship playoffs kick off tonight as Luton Town take on...

Football1 week ago

Erling Haaland Odds : Top Goalscorer and Golden Boot (Latest Prices)

Manchester City have announced that Norwegian striker Erling Haaland will join them on July 1st, after reaching an agreement over...

Football2 weeks ago

Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland Live Stream and TV Channel Guide

The second leg play-off semi-final between Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland will conclude tonight at Hillsborough Stadium, with Sunderland taking a...

Football3 weeks ago

bet365 Free £5 Bet on Real Madrid vs Man City (New Customers)

Real Madrid are favourites to beat Man City in their Champions League last 16 clash on Wednesday after a monumental...

Football3 weeks ago

QPR v Sheffield Utd Live Stream : Watch from Loftus Road

The Mark Warburton era is over at QPR as Rangers failed to live up to their early season form and...

Bet3654 weeks ago

Bet365 Football (Ultimate Guide to In Play)

 Bet365 need no introduction in the betting scene and the same can be said for their football section.  The reception...

west brom tv channel west brom tv channel
Football2 months ago

Birmingham vs West Brom Live Stream on TV – What channel is the game on?

The good news is that there are a number of options to watch a Birmingham West Brom live stream. Its...

Football2 months ago

Nottingham Forest v Liverpool on TV – What Channel is the FA Cup tie on?

Nottingham Forest have been on fire lately; they are coming off three wins in a row, and they have no...

Football2 months ago

Southampton v Manchester City on TV – Ways to watch FA Cup match

Southampton have lost three games in a row; this should be cause for concern considering they had no losses in...

Football2 months ago

Watch Crystal Palace v Everton live streaming FA Cup tie

Crystal Palace continued their good form with a goalless draw against league leaders Manchester City; they are unbeaten in their...

Chelsea2 months ago

How to watch Middlesbrough v Chelsea FA Cup fixture on TV

Middlesbrough knocked out Premier League giants Manchester United and Tottenham en route to the FA Cup quarter-final; they’ll be going...

Football3 months ago

How to watch Everton v Boreham Wood Live FA Cup TV Channel

Things have not gone too well for Everton lately; they are coming off back-to-back losses against Manchester City and Southampton,...

Football3 months ago

Middlesbrough v Tottenham Hotspur : Live Broadcast, TV Channel Instructions

The FA Cup returns tonight as Middlesbrough face Tottenham Hotspur in front of the TV cameras at The Riverside Stadium...

Football3 months ago

Middlesbrough v West Brom : How to watch a live stream from Riverside Stadium

West Brom have had a disastrous run of form in recent weeks which has led them to sack their manager...

We are committed in our support of responsible gambling. Recommended bets are advised to over-18s and we strongly encourage readers to wager only what they can afford to lose. If you are concerned about your gambling, please call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133, or visit Further support and information can be found at GamCare and

Copyright © 2022
About Us | Contact Us | Authors | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Terms and Conditions| Help & FAQ |

All odds are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change.