Guardiola's Worrying Update on His Man City Future After Everton Draw

Guardiola's Worrying Update on His Man City Future After Everton Draw

Fred Kennedy
  • Pep Guardiola has revealed that he won't hesitate to quit Man City if he feels something is not right
  • The Spaniard recently penned a contract extension at the club that will keep him at the Etihad Stadium until 2025
  • Pep joined the Citizens back in 2016 and has helped them win nine major titles, including four Premier League titles

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has shared a worrying update on his future with the English giants.

Pep was appointed as the City boss back in 2016 after cutting ties with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.

The experienced Spanish tactician has gone on to win an incredible nine trophies for City, including four Premier League titles.

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola waves to the fans before the UEFA Champions League Group G match at Parken Stadium, Copenhagen. Photo by Nick Potts.
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His impressive run with the Citizens recently earned him a bumper new deal with the club, penning a two-year contract extension which will keep him at the Etihad Stadium until 2025.

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According to ESPN, Pep's contract was due to expire in the summer but City used the World Cup break to end the uncertainty surrounding his future.

Pep ready to quit Man City

But speaking after Man City's 1-1 disappointing draw with Everton, Pep refused to rule out the possibility of quitting the club before the expiry of his contract.

"The moment I feel something is wrong, I will resign or not renew my contract," the Spaniard told Marca.
"The contract is just a piece of paper. I extended my commitment to the club because I feel the team can still do it well under my leadership.
"If we get tired of each other, I'm not going to stay until the end because of the contract," he added.

City are currently placed second on the Premier League standings with 36 points, seven points behind leaders Arsenal.

Pep to unleash Haaland, Alvarez

Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola hinting at a new plan for the club, after a frustrating draw with Everton.

The Toffees came back from a goal down to force City to a 1-1 draw through Demarai Gray after Erling Haaland had put the Citizens ahead.

World Cup winner Julian Alvarez got his first minutes back from Qatar and the Spanish boss has hinted at more for the striker pairing.