Pep Guardiola to the Premier League: Guillem Balague takes to Twitter

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Guillem Balague believes four Premier League clubs have the potential to attract Pep Guardiola this summer. 

Following Guardiola's revelation that he wants to work in England, the Spanish football expert tweeted that Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea could all tempt the revered coach. 

Guardiola has been heavily linked with the top job at Manchester City, but it appears that he could yet move to one of their rivals ahead of the 2016/17 season. 


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Balague has insisted, however, that he expects the former Barcelona boss to eventually move to City. 

Taking to twitter, the Sky Sports pundit stated: "City attractive for many reasons, Utd+Arsenal fit his romanticism, Chelsea offer London+blank cheque. Hasn't signed anything #ITHINKCity."

City fit 

City certainly appear to be the favourites to secure the manager's signature and it's not entirely surprising. Ultimately, the structure is in place at the Etihad and Guardiola would surely flourish at the club in their pursuit of long-term success. 

Of course, there's always Manchester United; Louis van Gaal surely won't be in charge of the Red Devils next season, but will the Old Trafford hierarchy snub Ryan Giggs? Perhaps it's time for the Welshman to be handed the opportunity he deserves. 

Let's be honest, Arsene Wenger isn't going anywhere at the moment, so Arsenal should be ruled out at this stage. Chelsea would be an interesting one; London would surely interest Guardiola, but there's the ghost of Jose Mourinho to contend with. 

Where will Guardiola go? Have your say below! 

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