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MAN. CITY boss GUARDIOLA: "I love Munich as much as I love Barcelona, but..."

24.11.2019 20.07 by Claudio Colla  read 1184

Addressed by Sky Sports with rumours having him leave Manchester City soon, and heading to train Bayern Munich again, Citizens boss, Pep Guardiola, stated: "I always wonder who's the culprit whenever such rumours rise. Is it media? Or the clubs? Anyway, I was happy working for Bayern, but everyone knows I'm a guy who honours the deals he agrees on. In football, of course, it might happen to get sacked, if you don't deliver. I love Munich as much as I love Barcelona, my hometown, but, though I'm not gonna be in Manchester forever, I've got all I need to stay now".

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