Pep to replace AVB at the Bridge?

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Pep Guardiola will only leave Barcelona to manage Chelsea, according to super agent Enzo Bronzetti.


Italian Bronzetti, who is an expert on the Spanish market, was speaking to Italian sports programme Controcampo when he made the claim about the Stamford Bridge managerial role.


Bronzetti claimed that Chelsea would be the eventual destination of Guardiola, especially now Andre Villa-Boas is under pressure at the Blues.


In the interview he rubbished suggestions the Barca boss would move to Inter, saying that the Italian giants could not afford him.


He said: “It can't happen. First, because Guardiola does not fall any longer into the economic parameters of Inter which, as you know, are trying to get rid of all onerous contracts: Chivu is leaving and other important players will also.”


Bronzetti stated that Stamford Bridge would also be the destination of former Barcelona Director of Football Txiki Begiristain.


"Guardiola has only one destination: Chelsea; because Villas Boas is not doing so well as they say. Guardiola will be there in the end with Txiki Begiristain, his former sporting director at Barcelona,” he added.


"The duo will be at Chelsea. Otherwise, he goes to the Arab countries."

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