Author Topic: Pep to P.S.G  (Read 312 times)

Offline Chippy_Tea

Pep to P.S.G
« on: January 20, 2018, 01:47:29 PM »
Probably a load of nonsense but do you think Pep came here for the challenge or money and do you think he would be tempted away by more money?

Pep Guardiola is the prime target for Paris St-Gemain, the world’s biggest-spending club.

The Manchester City boss has 16 months remaining on his current £15million a-year contract and the Premier League leaders have promised to revise and extend that deal.

But PSG still believe they will eventually get their man by making it clear they will offer a spectacular new opportunity for Guardiola and his family in France.

The club that paid a world-record shattering £199m for Neymar from Barcelona earlier this season accept they may have to play a long game to get Guardiola.

But they are boosted by the fact that in his two coaching roles so far, Guardiola spent four years in charge at Barcelona and just three years at Bayern Munich.

At both clubs he refused repeated offers to sign extended deals, saying he was ready to take on a new challenge and ultimately chose to walk away.

Guardiola is a high-intensity coach who drives himself and his team in pursuit of glory.

The tension between the respective club owners serves only to add to the rivalry over Guardiola’s future.

PSG are owned by Qatar Sports Investments (QSI). City are under the control of the Abu Dhabi United Group. The two nations are bitter political and commercial rivals, who severed diplomatic ties with each other last year.

Luring Guardiola to PSG would be a massive coup for the Qataris.

Guardiola’s close relationship at City with his old Barca allies, director of football Txiiki Begiristain and chief exective Ferran Soriano, will give the Mancunians confidence that he will stay.

But inside City there have been whispers for weeks that PSG won’t go away.
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Re: Pep to P.S.G
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2018, 03:12:47 PM »
It's the mirror FFS! They still think elvis is on the moon and the world is flat

Online Troutman

Re: Pep to P.S.G
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2018, 05:59:08 AM »
It's the mirror FFS! They still think elvis is on the moon and the world is flat

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D All strong possibilities

Offline Cardiff Blue

Re: Pep to P.S.G
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2018, 03:45:40 PM »
It’s a future possibility I think. I cannot see him managing another team in England Spain or Germany and so an option of France or Italy may seem the next logical step.

That being said Pep seems to get so much support from the City board and Tixi etc that I am not so sure that he would get as much support power and influence at any other club.