English Premier League side, Manchester City, are hoping to snap up Pep Guardiola when his Bayern Munich contract expires next summer and the Catalan says he does not know where his future lies.
City are reportedly set to offer Pep Guardiola a whopping £100million to become their manager.
Blues bosses are thought to be considering offering the Bayern Munich chief the most lucrative managerial deal in history – worth £20million a season over five years, according to The Sun.
Guardiola has been linked with the vacancy at Manchester City next summer, as current boss Manuel Pellegrini is set to leave the Etihad upon the expiry of his current deal.
Like Pellegrini, Guardiola’s deal at the Allianz Arena expires at the end of next season – and he has admitted that he does not know where his future lies.
City, who have a strong influence of former Barcelona officials, are believed to want Guardiola to lead the regeneration of the club, as they look to follow the Catalan club’s philosophy.
Chief executive Ferran Soriano and director of football Txiki Begiristain were both formerly with Barcelona and worked with Guardiola during his successful stint in charge at the Nou Camp.
Guardiola said: “I have not made a decision yet as to what is best for this club. One year is a long time.
“I am not convinced whether it is right for the club if I were to extend my contract. I’ll never be a problem for Bayern.