As reported by 90min, Manchester City are hoping to renew Pep Guardiola's contract soon. The agreement should be reached very easily because Guardiola wants to continue to be the manager of Man City.
It is well known, however, that, at the same time, Guardiola is anxious to return to America. After the 2013 gap year in New York, Guardiola would like to return to the USA sooner or later.
The City Group has often confirmed that Pep Guardiola will always have a seat in New York City FC. Should Guardiola decide to leave Manchester City, the doors of NYCFC would open for the Catalan.
At the moment, however, this is not for the immediate future. Guardiola's will is to continue in Manchester City, but in the future he will become the NYCFC manager.
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