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Rodri: Rodri is sending a message to Pep Guardiola regarding the future of Manchester City. That’s what he said

Rodri has conveyed a message to Manchester City manager Josep Guardiola as his contract expires. Pep Guardiola’s contract with City expires in 2023 and he has yet to sign an extension. When asked about his future, the 51-year-old refused to divulge any information.

Rodri has been an important member of Josep Guardiola’s team since he joined Manchester City in 2019 from Atlético Madrid. Guardiola sent a note to Rodri urging him to stay at the club. Before the Manchester derby, the 26-year-old told The Times: “We all love him, he’s done a fantastic job in recent years.”

He went on to say, “We will be thrilled if our manager stays. I have been working with Pep for three years and plan to stay. Coaches are tired. I saw Diego Simeone and other longtime coaches and it’s understandable.”

Pep can see the future of our club with our current team and we will win more matches under him.

Finally, it’s Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

  • Finally, it's Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.

Finally, it’s Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

Could Guradiola praise Napoli – as he praised Shakhtar Donetsk before the previous group game – in order to present his own team in the best light?

Guardiola could have retired after the season knowing he helped City win trophies. Four Premier League titles, four League Cups, one FA Cup and two Community Shields. The only title that has eluded him is the Champions League. Many expect him to lead City to European victory this season with the arrival of Erling Haaland.


  1. What country did Pep Guardiola play for?
    Pep Guardiola played in the defensive midfield of the Spanish national team.
  2. When did Guardiola move to Manchester City?
    Pep joined Manchester City for the 2016/17 Premier League season.
  3. What other club teams has Pep coached?
    Previously, he was the manager of Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona.

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