Pep Guardiola To Become Juventus Manager – Agrees 4 Years Deal

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Pep Guardiola has reportedly agreed to exit Etihad Stadium to become the new Juventus Manager on a 4 years deal.

Guardiola is known for his relentless approach in bringing out the beast in every team he has managed.

No team in the world wouldn’t like to him, due to the trophy he brings to the club.

Guardiola clinched the English Premier League title for the second time consecutively with an amazing record breaking performance from his lads.

Haven completed City’s first ever domestic treble, the debate has been if the present Man City squad are the best team in English Premier League history.

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Arsenal supporters will surely never agree on that.

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According to reports emanating from Italy, the former Barcelona manager has agreed a deal to take over at Juventus.

Yester-evening, Federico Gennarelli (Radio Sportiva journalist) confirmed that the Guardiola to Juventus deal is a ‘done deal.’

The sudden switch is doubtful, as Guardiola has always been linked to a move to “Old Lady

“I’m not going to move, I’m satisfied here, I’m not going anywhere. Next season I will be manager of Manchester City.”

– Pep Guardiola

Other managers linked to the job, are Antonio Conte, Maurizio Sarri, Carlo Ancelotti and the Cristiano Ronaldo’s support Jose Mourinho.

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Do you think Manchester City can let Guardiola leave? I don’t think so.

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