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PremierLeague-News.Com - It's reported that Pep Guardiola has agreed to extend his stay at Manchester City until 2025.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Manchester City fans have reacted with delight to reports that Pep Guardiola has agreed to sign a new contract at the club. For months there has been non-stop speculation surrounding the manager's future, with his current City contract set to expire at the end of the current season. However, according to The Athletic Guardiola has now agreed to extend his stay at the club until 2025, after meeting the club's hierarchy in Abu Dhabi. The report claims that while the deal has not yet been signed, it is reported to be an initial one-year contract, with both the club and manager holding an option for a further year. That means either party could choose to end the contract early if they wanted, as was the case with the deal Guardiola signed in November 2020. READ MORE: How Jack Grealish can use World Cup to Manchester City's advantage The club are not commenting on what it calls 'speculation'.
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. Given the success he has brought to the Etihad Stadium and the quality of football his side have played over his six-year reign, it's not surprising that City fans are delighted, and just a little excited, by the reports. Here's what City fans on Twitter made of the news. @bernardooooV3: It's beautiful @mcfclou: We're going 7 in 8 @fanatic_city: LET'S GO!!!! COME ON CITY!!! @evantmaldonado: Inject this into my veinssssss @JMC_OfficiaI: Need to add an extra year to make it 10 years at City! @letmetalkk_: YOU HAVE ROCKED MY WORLDDDDDDDDDDD @PhoreverPhil: More time at City than all his past jobs combined. My manager. READ NEXT: City star has point to prove to Guardiola during World Cup Haaland's agent sends a healthy reminder to Man City Bernardo lifts lid on Portugal squad reaction to Ronaldo interview The Big Man City Forum: We want your thoughts All the latest City news and views
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