Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has insisted that he is not ready to quit the Etihad side anytime soon.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has insisted he is not ready to leave the Etihad side anytime soon.
The Catalan have managed Barcelona and Bayern Munich before moving to City but made it known he is not ready to quit the club.
Guardiola led his side to win the Premier League last season but lost the Champions League to Chelsea last season.
The Catalan while speaking with the media ahead of Arsenal stated that he could have left in 2 months if the result was bad.
“I am not thinking of leaving after two years. I could leave in two months if the results are not good, or the organisation is tired of me, or I cannot handle better these players.I can leave in three months like I can leave in five years.
“What I said on a Zoom connection with business people in Brazil is after my period with Manchester City, I will take a break, that’s for sure.
“That could be in one month, two years, three years, four years, five years.
“Right now, today, I don’t have reasons to leave. I am not thinking in two seasons I am going to leave Manchester City.
“I am committed to playing better, that is my target this season and I am going to try it.”