Pep Guardiola Eyes Champion League For Manchester City

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola, manager of Premier League club Manchester City, has stated his ambition for City’s Champions League win more than attaining the treble. His comments come when Manchester City is just one win away from a treble after they won the FA Cup finals on June 3 against Manchester United, scoring 2-1. Guardiola further stated it is important to admit that it has been fun and amazing for the City, however without the Championship League, the club is missing something and they must do it.

Pep Guardiola said that Manchester City gets more credit for what it has done over the years, however, he said to the team members that they need to put pressure on themselves to be recognized as good, they must win in Europe. Manchester City under Guardiola’s management is preparing for their best performance against the much-awaited UEFA Champions League against Inter Milan on June 11 at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Türkiye. However, City’s luck might not be favorable this time, as City has won 44 of 61 matches this year’s game season. Though the number is impressive, it is still less than three-fourths. Pep Guardiola surely wants a win for City, he sounds optimistic. 

Manchester City Under Pep Guardiola & His Plans For Future

Under Pep Guardiola’s guidance, Manchester City has performed brilliantly in the past and present championships. Guardiola speaking on his position at Manchester City, said that he would continue being a manager for City in the following season, and his future presence depends on what is achieved. He also said that he has no intention of leaving the City. Guardiola’s contract with the City is till 2025, as he had signed an extension of his contract in November 2022 to receive £ 20 million per annum.