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Manchester City: Pep Guardiola extends his contract until 2023

Star coach Pep Guardiola (49) has ended speculation about his future and remains loyal to Manchester City. The Spaniard has extended his expiring contract with the top club from the English Premier League by two years until summer 2023. The table tenth announced this on Thursday.

"I have everything I could want to do my job well," said Guardiola, who moved to Manchester in 2016 after his time at Bayern Munich: "The challenge for us is to keep improving and developing . I'm really looking forward to helping Manchester City with this. "

Guardiola has won eight national titles with ManCity so far

Since his "arrival I have felt so welcome," said Guardiola: "We have had great success together, scoring goals, winning games and trophies. We are very proud of that."

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In 2018 and 2019 he led the Abu Dhabi-financed club to the English championship, won the FA Cup (2019) and the League Cup three times in a row (2018 to 2020) - in the Champions League, Guardiola and the Citizens were always in the quarter-finals at the latest Final destination.

Because Guardiola's contract would have expired in the summer, speculations about a change had recently arisen. Neither at FC Barcelona nor at the German record champions in Munich did the ex-professional stand on the sidelines for as long as he has now at City.