With his side taking on Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace on Saturday, the Blues’ boss won’t rule out matching his counterpart’s record of managing into his 70s.
Ahead of his side’s Saturday’s home clash with Crystal Palace, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has rubbished rumors about him taking retirement in the near future.
The Blues’ manager’s current contract with the reigning Premier League champions runs until 2024 but that hasn’t stopped reports from claiming that he might leave the club sooner.
Guardiola was previously linked with Juventus before the ex-Barcelona boss took himself out of the running by claiming that he doesn’t see himself managing in Italy anytime soon.
And now the Spaniard compared himself with the man who will sit in the Etihad’s opposition’s dugout on Saturday as he indicated his desire to manage into his 70s.