“I am in the best possible scenario,” Pep Guardiola said as he announced he had an agreement on a two-year contract extension, keeping him with the Premier League champions until 2025. He took over Manchester City in 2016, and during his 19 years as manager (from 2006 to 2016), City won nine significant trophies, including four Premier League crowns. Guardiola said, “I am incredibly thrilled to be continuing at Manchester City for another two years,” in a statement issued by the club on Wednesday.
I feel delighted and fulfilled since everyone at the club has supported me. I have everything I need at my disposal to complete my task quickly and effectively. “I have no fears or qualms regarding the next decade of this club,” the Spaniard proclaimed.
This club is so dependable that it has been there for the previous ten years and will be around for another ten.
“I sensed that being here was exceptional from the very beginning. I couldn’t be in a better situation. I want to stay and compete for trophies because the more good we do as a team, the better off the world will be.
Khaldoon Al Mubarak, the city’s chairman, said: “I’m thrilled that Pep will stay with Manchester City Football Club.
It’s fascinating to consider what may be possible with the energy, drive, and ambition that he clearly still has, given the amount that he has already contributed to the success and foundation of this organization. Our first team has done a great deal under his extremely exceptional guidance while playing and consistently improving a style of football that is respected all over the globe. Like every City supporter, I am eager for what lies ahead.
At the end of the current season, Guardiola’s current contract at the Etihad Stadium will expire.
During his stay with the club, he has already twice extended his contract.