Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has quickly backtracked on his statements that he would like to manage in the Premier League from next summer.


Guardiola has announced that he will be leaving German football after three years. It is widely expected that his next destination will be a Premier League club.

The likes of Manchester United and Chelsea have been after the Spaniard for quite a long time. His attractive style of play coupled with the ability to build something for the long-term are seen as the aspects that these clubs are looking for right now.

As soon as Guardiola announced his exit from Bayern, there has been a lot of talk surrounding managers who may vacate their position in order to make way for the former Barcelona manager. Speculation has been rife as to where Pep might end up, with the online casino deutschland making Manchester City the clear favourites.

This forced Guardiola to come out with an apology stating that he did not want to create problems for managers in the job right now.

The availability of Guardiola has even started raising questions about the future of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. The Frenchman has been the manager for the gunners since 1996, but rumours about Wenger moving upstairs to make way for a new manager have been going on in the last couple of years. Wenger was understandably unhappy!

Guardiola has subsequently quashed those rumours by telling the Casino-X website that it may take as long as another two years before he manages in the Premier League.

"When I sign a contract I will announce it immediately. Maybe it will be two years until I will coach a team in England. I am very happy about my experience in Munich. I am working until my last second here. After that I will go home and wait to see if it is possible to move to England or not. If it's not, then I won't," said Guardiola. Some have suggested that the 45-year-old will take another sabbatical.

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