Sport Manchester City have identified Guardiola's successor

12:00  26 october  2020
12:00  26 october  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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The Manchester City board are already starting to think about the post-Guardiola era. Germany’s Julian Nagelsmann is said to be in his sights.

Pep Guardiola is currently in his fifth season for Manchester City. And it may well be his last. After the new disillusionment known in the Champions League last August and also the bad start to the championship in 2020/2021, the Catalan technician saw his credit reduce considerably. His leaders have hitherto supported and comforted him constantly in his functions, but their position is likely to change if the results do not work out. According to the Daily Mail

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Pep Guardiola has identified the 22-year-old as the eventual successor to Fernandinho and the Premier League champions are prepared to pay big money. Manchester City have identified Atletico Madrid’ s Rodri as their priority midfield transfer target this summer, Goal understands.

Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City backroom staff pose with the Premier League trophy after beating Brighton in May. The appointment of a successor will be the most important strategic call of Sheikh Mansour’ s ownership since Guardiola was hired in the summer of 2016.

, they have even already started to study the different options to replace it. Nagelsmann, the ideal successor to Guardiola? The number 1 target of the Eastlands is called Julian Nagelsmann. The latter is part of the new generation of successful coaches, and his achievements at the helm of RB Leipzig speak for him. He also has the distinction of being a fan of Pep, as he also advocates attacking and conquering football. If there is a divorce with Guardiola, he would therefore embody the ideal choice in the eyes of the Citizens. Another manager is also in the sights of the vice-champions of England, in this case Mauricio Pochettino. But the former Tottenham manager is far from a priority.

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