Pep Guardiola has two years left on his contract with Man City. Having just spent the most successful season ever at the Etihad, Pep promises to continue to chase the four titles next time.
He warned the players not to be satisfied: “I don’t want Man City to disappear after a successful year in the Champions League.
The whole team has to work even harder. There are teams that win the Champions League and then go downhill. Man City must avoid that.
The feeling at this moment is very relieved, because Man City has finally conquered the top of Europe. People won’t ask me about the Champions League obsession anymore.
Winning 5 Premier League titles is special, but winning the treble is perfect. I’m good but not great enough to win the treble every season.
The Champions League is extremely difficult. Real Madrid is a team that is capable of doing that year after year.”
Rodri, the hero of the “green” Man in Instabul also expressed: “Beating Inter is very important because now we can build a legacy for the future. The players believe in themselves.
That’s what teams like Real Madrid, Bayern, Barcelona, AC Milan have done in the past. We believe Man City can win the Champions League again.”
Man City is ready to increase personnel to promote success. Midfielder Josko Gvardiol will be brought to the Etihad for £ 85 million in place of Aymeric Laporte.
Another pressing issue is the future of the Gundogan captain. They are about to hold talks with the German player to convince him to sign an extension, instead of moving to Barcelona as rumored.
An Nhi | 08:20 12/06/2023