Pep Guardiola reveals plans for Barcelona return at end of career

Heather Diaz
September 16, 2018

"Leroy was so important, is so important, and will be so important for the club".

"It's normal after what happened last season that people ask about him", said Guardiola.

"[It was] a fantastic week for me - I became a daddy this week", Sane told Premier League TV. There's no doubt about that.

Raheem Sterling put the match out of Fulham's reach just two minutes into the second half as Sergio Aguero set him up for the simplest of finishes. He's taught me to stick to a more determined zone and wait for the ball to get to me to give us the upper hand. He's a competitive guy.

That would still leave Sterling considerably short of the club's highest-paid player, Kevin De Bruyne.

It remains to be seen whether Silva can help his beloved team to achieve bigger and better things this season but if he were to leave in the near future, winning the Champions League would surely be the ideal ending. "He started in an incredible condition and he deserves to play".

"They had called me since December asking me to play for them, I asked myself which team loved me and I came up with the conclusion that Manchester City loved me so I should go there".

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"That's not the case". Pep Guardiola had said his team would get fully up to speed after the global break and so they are.

"We can not forget Leroy is 22".

"We can not compare, he's one of the most successful managers, he showed similar style and it's possible to play the way his team [do] in this competition".

Meanwhile, previously had reported that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has made it clear that he wants to end his coaching career at current Spanish La Liga champions Barcelona. The clause is €250m (£223m).

MANCHESTER, England (AP) - Manchester City generated a club-record 500.5 million pounds ($655 million) as it won the Premier League by amassing an unprecedented 100 points.

"Our aim is obviously to build on the achievements of the previous year", City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak said.

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