Pep Guardiola is no doubt the powerful inspiration behind Manchester City's enviable breakthrough and resurgence in the Premier League, but the ace manager still needs some training behind the four-wheel machines.
Pep joined the EPL champions after a trophy-laden three-year spell with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, succeeding Manuel Pellegrini in February 2016 in a deal that has obviously brought a remarkable revolution into the club.
And ever since taking over the mantle of leadership as head coach, Pep has given Man City a bright touch of magic by replicating his brilliant Barcelona antics which have seen the Blues metamorphose into an indomitable side.
However, sad for the ace manager he still needs some lessons on how to handle cars after reports claims the former Barcelona manger has damaged four motors since moving to the North West.
According to authors Lu Martin and Pol Ballus in their book, Pep’s City: The Making Of A Superteam, the Spaniard damaged £80,000 black Mercedes GLE, and £150,000 Range Rover.
Coupled with this, Guardiola has also ruined a £200,000 silver Bentley GTX700 and a £30,000 Mini Cooper with the total sum of the ruined cars estimated to be £460,000.
“Pep is brilliant at many things but driving doesn’t appear to be one of them," the source said.
"He has a reputation from his Barcelona days of being a hapless driver and this is his fourth car he has owned since coming to Manchester.
“His wing mirrors don’t survive for long and he’s also managed to fill a diesel Range Rover with petrol and mangle a silver Bentley.”
Meanwhile, Man City under Guardiola, are second on the Premier League table with 47 points league leaders Liverpool after 6-1 victory over Aston Villa at Etihad Stadium.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported that Pep Guardiola's sensational arrival at Manchester City could have been thoroughly aborted had the club failed to meet the manager's luxurious mansion demand, a new book has revealed.
The book revealed that as part of the agreement, Pep demanded that Man City management get a luxurious mansion for him and his family in the heart of Manchester similar to his home in Munich.
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