- Pep Guardiola could be in line for new bumper Man City deal
- Report claims Spaniard will be rewarded with £100m, five-year contract
- City hierarchy want him to create dynasty at club to help them dominate
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Man City boss Pep Guardiola looks set to deliver trophies to the club hierarchy this season, and reports would suggest that they’ve been left impressed with what they’ve seen.
City sit top of the Premier League table with 17 wins in 18 games so far this season as they’ve opened up an 11-point lead over rivals Man Utd, while they qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League with ease too.
Meanwhile, they’ve scored 56 goals in those 18 league games while conceding just 12, and they’ve been thoroughly dominant with some asking the question as to whether they can go the entire season unbeaten.
Given we’re just about to reach the half-way point of the Premier League campaign, there is still a long way to go to make that suggestion, but according to The Express, Man City chiefs have seen enough to want to discuss new terms at the end of the season.
It’s claimed that Guardiola could be in line to secure a five-year deal worth £100m, as the club believe that he’s the man to lead them into a period of dominance both domestically and in Europe.
Whether or not results allow for that to happen remains to be seen, as despite how impressive Man City have been this season, a dip in form or an inability to land trophies in the years to come will surely count against Guardiola in staying as long as this contract would suggest.
Further, the Spaniard doesn’t have the greatest of track records of staying too long at one club, as evidenced with his four-year spell at Barcelona before spending three years at Bayern Munich.
In turn, he would have to do something he hasn’t done before by committing to City for that long, but if he can maintain their current form and the way in which they’re doing it with the style of play, then why not…