Pep Guardiola has denied he has a break clause in his contract at Manchester City.
But Guardiola has repeatedly stated his intention to fulfil his contract, which expires in 2021, and has even suggested could stay beyond that. Guardiola said “No, it is not true. I spoke about that a few weeks ago, about my intentions with the club.”
Guardiola has won two Premier League titles since taking over at City in the summer of 2016. Speculation over his future is fuelled by this season’s form and an examination of his past managerial postings.
The City manager’s future continues to be the subject of speculation and the latest claims have suggested the Spaniard has a potential way out at the end of this season, should he want to leave. Champions City have fallen 14 points behind leaders Liverpool in his fourth season at the club. The 48-year-old left Barcelona after four years in charge to take a year off and then left Bayern Munich after three seasons.
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