Pep Guardiola wants Man City's trust before signing new deal

Pep Guardiola wants Man City's trust before signing new deal

- Pep Guardiola has left his future at Manchester City hanging in uncertainty

- The Spaniard told City hierarchy he needs their confidence before assenting to a new deal

- Pep joined the English champions in 2016 after a trophy-laden three-year spell with Bayern

Pep Guardiola has reportedly told Manchester City hierarchy and players that he needs their vote of confidence before he could assent to a new deal with the English champions.

The former Barcelona manager is currently tied with contract till 2020-21 but there have been speculation he may depart Etihad Stadium should Man City fail to lift any silverware this season.

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 change into the club.

The Spaniard has then moved on to replicate his Barcelona brilliant by guiding City to two Premier League titles, one FA Cup and two League Cup crowns.

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But despite his big resume and achievements with the English side, there are growing rumours the Spaniard can be given a marching order out of Etihad should City end the season on empty hands.

"When you are [somewhere for] five years it depends on the results. We will see what happens this season and next season," Guardiola had said in November amid rumours he might leave.

Pep Guardiola is not only arguably the best manager in Premier League, the Spaniard is also the highest paid manager with a staggering annual salary of £20 million.

And under him, Manchester City are second on the Premier League this season with impressive 46 points behind league leaders Liverpool.

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Meanwhile, had reported that 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.

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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.

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