Premier League trio will battle it out for Pep Guardiola

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Pep Guardiola is really earning his credentials after such a stellar start to the season. Bayern Munich's latest thrashing of Arsenal in the Champions League this week have further proven what we already knew: they are the clear-cut favourites to win the European title.

Despite the presumed harmony in the Bavarian club, Guardiola's future is not assured as speculation continues to mount over his next desired project.

The Sun have reported Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are all interested in acquiring Guardiola for next season.


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Chelsea won the Premier League last year but has fallen in a terrible slump, and while Manchester City currently lead the table it is well known the team's consistency remains an issue.

Manchester United and Louis van Gaal have not mixed particularly well, and many fans are upset at the Dutchman for trying to force his style of play against a squad and club so used to other methods.

They all believe 'Pep' is the solution to their problems. 

Sir Alex Ferguson hoped Guardiola would have been his successor and maintains his stance on the subject, but rivals City hope that the Spaniard's close relationship with Txiki Begiristain is enough for him to come to the club. In London, Roman Abramovich will be once again attempting to bring Pep to Stamford Bridge, as he has attempted in the past.

A fourth English team interested could be Arsenal, should they decide to finally part ways with multi-decade manager Arsene Wenger.

Meanwhile, Bayern are scrambling to keep their manager but his contract expires at the end of the season - putting them in a tricky position.

Should he decide to leave Bayern Munich, the English clubs will race in an all-out frenzy to acquire possibly the most coveted manager in world football.

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