Guardiola: I will NOT leave Man City if we win Treble – Daily Mail

Pep Guardiola has insisted he will stay with Manchester City if they win the treble this season

Pep Guardiola insists he will NOT leave Manchester City this summer – even if they win the Treble – and wants the Premier League’s 115 financial breach charges resolved ‘as soon as possible’

  • Manchester City are two wins away from a famous Treble
  • They clinched their ninth-ever Premier League title on Saturday after Arsenal lost
  • Manager Pep Guardiola has insisted he will not leave the club this summer

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Pep Guardiola insists he won’t be tempted to walk away from Manchester City, even if they clinch the Treble.

The City manager also said the club’s ongoing Premier League charges over financial breaches, which he wants resolved “as soon as possible”, will not affect the length of his stay at the Etihad Stadium.

With the Premier League title in the bag and an FA Cup final against Manchester United and a Champions League final against Inter Milan on the horizon, Guardiola could become only the second manager in English football history to win the three biggest available trophies in one season wins.

His team have yet to complete their league campaign with games in Brighton tonight and Brentford on Sunday before they can focus on the two cup finals.

The chance to go out at a high level and leave before the Premier League allegations are heard has sparked speculation that Guardiola could leave this summer.

The Cityzens are now just two wins away from completing a famous season in 2022/23

But he still has two years left on his deal and rejected the idea of ​​leaving.

Guardiola said: “I’m not thinking about leaving at the moment, but who knows? But I don’t think.

Regardless of the results, I would like to continue here next season. I would like it, but I don’t know how I’m going to feel, win or lose from the two opportunities ahead.

“I feel like I have a contract and if I sign I want to respect the club. I will stay next season while there are 115 fouls against us. Don’t worry, we’ll be there.’

Guardiola pushed for a speedy resolution of that case, with some lawyers predicting the case could drag on for as long as four years.

“What I would like is that if the Premier League and the judges make something as soon as possible, if we’ve done something wrong, everyone will know. If – as we believe – as a club we have done things for years in the right way, people don’t talk about it anymore.

“We would love it tomorrow, better this afternoon than tomorrow. Hopefully they’re not so busy and the judges can see both sides and decide what’s best because at the end of the day I know what we won, we won on the pitch.

“Let’s have it as soon as possible for the sake of everyone.”

City won their third consecutive Premier League title on Saturday as Nottingham Forest defeated Arsenal

Guardiola also dismissed the idea that City will be untouchable next season as “stupid comments”.

When asked about his motivation, he said: “I’m afraid of losing, I don’t want to be criticized, I want respect from my players.

“Next season will be tough because all the clubs want to beat us.

‘That’s the challenge. Next season we will defend our crown for one year.

“It’s a year of ours and we’ll work for it. If they want it, they have to do it better than us.’

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