Manchester City Boss Pep Guardiola Set To Sign Two-year Contract Extension

Pep Guardiola is believed to be set to sign an extension with the Manchester City boss, keeping him at the club till 2025..

The 51-year-old, who’s been in charge at the Etihad Stadium since the summer of 2016, has just more than 12 months remaining on his present deal.

The Daily Mirror reports the Spaniard’s brother Pep Guardiola has held talks with City about extending his contract and the club are becoming increasingly certain that he is going to sign a brand new two-year deal.

The article additionally states Guardiola still thinks he’s unfinished business with the City and is prepared to sign a new deal must they win the Champions League this season.

Guardiola’s future is additionally known having been talked about during negotiations with Erling Braut Haaland’s representatives, with City ensuring the 21-year-old striker that he will work under the Spanish boss in case he chooses to sign up for the Etihad this summer.

Guardiola not too long ago stated he’s “incredibly happy” at City and has a solid connection with the hierarchy, though he refused being drawn on speculation of a new contract following Liverpool announced on Thursday that Jurgen Klopp had extended his contract till 2026.

The Catalan manager has won ten honours during his six year tenure at City and much more silverware might be on its way this season, because the Citizens continue to be in the hunt for the Premier League as well as Champions League..