Pep Guardiola would be ending up in Manchester City as suggested by former Bayern Munich defender Willy Sagnol. Willy Sagnol now coach of Bordeux in the French Ligue 1 believes that Guardiola could walk away from the Club if the coach feels he is done with the project.
The coach of the German Champions has been subject to several transfer speculations linking him to various clubs most especially in England. Hugely admired by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, pundits have suggested that the Spaniard could be a perfect replacement for Mourinho.
Sagnol was quoted by the press when he was asked about the situation of his former Club as well as their current coach:
“Guardiola should leave Bayern if he feels that he has done everything he could. He should start a new project if that’s the case. Coaches always think about projects.”
While deliberately on the Club he might likely end up, the French International said:
“I reckon Manchester City would be a bigger challenge for him than Chelsea or Paris Saint German. There is still plenty of work to do there. They have not won any major trophies yet.”
Despite his contributions, Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believed that the Spaniard would extend his contract in the winter break as he feels the Club suits the manager’s philosophy.
Monitoring the Situation, Chelsea would be keen on seeing if Mourinho could turn around their poor season or if they should out rightly bid for their long term target.