Pep Guardiola not interested in Barcelona return

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Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has reaffirmed his desire to stay in Germany well beyond this year's summer, by claiming that he is very happy to continue with the Bundesliga champions.

The former Barcelona boss hinted that he could stay at Bayern for a number of years depending on what his club deem best, although he did leave scope for a departure depending on his situation.

Pep's future

As one of the top managers in world football, Guardiola finds himself constantly linked with moves to other European powerhouses. Manchester City are a side who could benefit massively from his introduction, but the 44-year-old was adamant that there have been no offers on the table and that he was perfectly happy to continue being the manager of Bayern Munich.

As it stands Guardiola is under contract at the Allianz Arena until June 2016. According to Spanish paper El Confidencial, Guardiola is said to have told his inner circle that a potential return to Camp Nou looks very unlikely. 

"If I ever think about going back to Barcelona, hit me over the head with a hammer," he was reported as saying by by the Spanish paper.

This might come as a blow for Barca, who were believed to be keeping tabs on their former manager amid tensions surrounding current boss Luis Enrique's future. 

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