Pep Guardiola reveals plans for Barcelona return at end of career

Guardiola reveals plans for Barcelona return

Pep Guardiola reveals plans for Barcelona return at end of career

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has said he would like to end his coaching career where it began, with Barcelona's reserves.

Having spent most of his playing career with the club, Guardiola started out as a coach of Barcelona's B side in 2007.

Guardiola has previously ruled out returning to Camp Nou to coach the senior Barca side but has been linked with a possible return as sporting director.

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Are you surprised to hear that the City boss would like to finish his career coaching in youth structures?

The Catalan won 14 trophies in four seasons in charge, before moving on to Bayern Munich for three years to cement his status as a leading thinker in the game.

"My last steps will be in the youth teams and I hope at Barcelona, I believe to end with is the best, " Pep Guardiola explained according to the report on Daily Star UK.

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Barcelona B play in the Spanish second division and give experience to promising young players who may eventually make the huge leap up to first-team football. "That's why I'm a manager, that's why I also deserve to be happy".

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