Manchester City’s head coach, Pep Guardiola, has set a condition for ending his career: the Spanish coach is ready to step down at the end of the current season.

Guardiola conveyed to the Daily Mail, “He said, ‘If we were to achieve the treble this season, I would retire. That’s for sure.’ He emphasized how incredibly challenging it is, acknowledging the exceptional teams that have played in England. He pointed out that only one team, alongside Alex Ferguson, has accomplished this feat, and they did it themselves last season.”

This statement came before the match against Aston Villa, which ended in defeat for City (0-1).

Guardiola has been at the helm of Manchester City since 2016. His contract with the club runs until 2025. Last season, the team secured the treble by winning the Premier League (EPL), the FA Cup, and the UEFA Champions League.

Currently, City sits in fourth place in the Premier League standings with 30 points, trailing league leaders Arsenal by six points.

Last updated on 07 Dec 2023 - 19:33

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