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Guardiola reveals desire to manage in England

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Pep Guardiola has spoken of his desire to manage in England one day, ahead of his Bayern Munich side's UEFA Super Cup meeting with Chelsea.

The former Barcelona manager took over at the European champions from Jupp Heynckes this summer and has enjoyed a good start to his reign, despite conceding a late equaliser to Freiburg in the club's last match.

And Guardiola, who was linked with the Chelsea job throughout much of last season, has now revealed his wish to one day coach in England.

He said: "I am a young trainer at 42, and just four years as a trainer in a professional world.

"Before I finish my career, I would like to go to England as a trainer, but in a few years."

The Spaniard won an incredible 14 trophies while manager of Barcelona between 2008 and 2012, and will be looking to add to his vast collection after taking over at the newly crowned Champions League winners.

However, Guardiola was quick to add how happy he was in his current job.

"I would like, first of all, to remain as long as possible at this club because it's so important for the people in Munich, in Germany and all the way round the world," he said.

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