Pep Guardiola speaks out over Man City future as Liverpool watch on

Publication Date22 January 2022
Publication titleLiverpool Echo: Web Edition Articles (England)
Guardiola's deal expires in 2023 and he's previously hinted at taking a break, given he'll have spent seven years in charge of City

However, he says he won't be thinking about his future until the end of the season.

"I won’t think about the future when I have still the contract I have," Guardiola said. "I’m just thinking about Southampton. I'm not good enough to think far, far away.

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"I feel good and comfortable. When I’m not energetic, I will quit. But right now, I feel good. Still we can play better, we can improve, the desire that all the managers have when we lose, still winning games.

"My future always depends on results. I’m good here, comfortable, they gave me everything. I like to work with these players still and hopefully they still like to be with us. Southampton, rest a little bit then at the end of the season we’ll see what happens.

"My decision will be taken with the club, I have a lot of confidence. They gave me everything so I cannot betray them...

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