Pep Guardiola: I will be at Bayern Munich next year

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Pep Guardiola has struggled to stay out of the limelight these last couple of weeks, being humiliated at the Nou Camp by his own side has seen his own beautiful creation destroy him in Barcelona.

He threw a tantrum when his Bayern Munich team were dumped out of the cup by Borussia Dortmund and amongst everything else the Spaniard is having to deal with rumours he's leaving the Allianz Arena this summer.

Manchester City's Manuel Pellegrini has been under immense pressure throughout the season having put up a limp attempt at stopping Chelsea bullying the Premier League title from them and a poor European performance has put him in the firing line for months.

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In a week that Guardiola looked frustrated and anxious about performances in Germany, back to back defeats and a spanking at the hands of his former club, a link between Guardiola and the ever insecure position of Pellegrini's job go hand in hand.

Guardiola rarely speaks out about his future, as it really never looks to be in doubt, however the rumours come at a time that his Munich side are going through a bit of a 'wobble' at their standard.

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In light of this, Pep has been tipped to replace the Chilean coach in the summer, after the 44-year-old enjoys another winning campaign, adding to his impressive 19 trophies he was rumoured to be wanting to try his hand in the Premier League.

The manager himself has rubbished talks of a move, and sounded slightly angry at the prospect of him leaving the side where he enjoyed back to back Bundesliga titles in his first two seasons.

"I've said 200 million times before, I have another year on my contract. I will be here next year.

Pep's side have dominated domestically, which could point to the poor form in Europe, having already wrapped up the league the Germans have seen a dip in form in the Champions League, causing circulating rumours about Guardiola's future. Rumours he is not at all happy about.

"There's nothing more to say. Next season I will be here and that's all there is to it."

Guardiola clearly growing tired of the rumours, snapped back when asked about the move to Man City remaining adamant that he is to stay at the Bavarian champions.

The end of the season and return leg of the Champions League will tell us a lot about Pep's character, however, it is clear at this stage, that this is all we will learn about the future of the Bayern Munich man.

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