- Pep Guardiola has revealed in his new book that he will stepped down as manager of Man City if they do not do well
- The 48-year-old is under pressure after his side went eight points behind league leaders Liverpool
- Guardiola will also impose curfew on players who spend the night out during the Christmas period
Pep Guardiola has made it clear that he will quit Manchester City if he does not meet the set target.
According to The Sun, the Spanish boss discussed his relationship with the Etihad chief Khaldoon Al Mubarak, in his new book 'Pep's City: The Making of a Superteam',
The former Barcelona boss said: "He knows I'd step aside if things weren't going to plan.
"I'll give everything to avoid that and make every effort to move things forward. No coasting."
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It is understood the book will be launched on October 24 and has been written with the full consent of the 48-year-old.
An excerpt in the book also revealed that the former Bayern Munich gaffer will impose a Christmas curfew on his players this year.
Guardiola got angry at a couple of his players who partied all night until the early hours in the morning days after City's 3-2 loss to Crystal Palace at home.
But the act will not repeat itself this season as Guardiola and his players will decide on how long they can stay out at night.
City slipped eight points further from league leaders Liverpool after they were beaten by Wolves in front of their home fans.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been given an iconic statue in his hometown in Malmo, Sweden.
The nine-foot eight inches tall work of art was unveiled at the Malmo stadium as fans trooped to see their Swedish all-time record goalscorer.
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