Pep Guardiola wants to bring Luis Suarez back to the Premier League

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Pep Guardiola wants to bring Luis Suarez back to England ahead of the 2016/17 season. 

This has been reported by the Evening Standard, who claim that the outgoing Bayern Munich boss has already started making plans ahead of a move to the Premier League. 

A number of the Premier League big boys have been linked with the revered coach recently, with the duo of Manchester City and Chelsea reportedly keen to secure his signature. 


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The addition of Guardiola, then, would completely change the dynamic in England's elite division, but it's far from certain as to whether Suarez would follow suit. 

Suarez, who departed Liverpool in favour of a move to the Camp Nou in 2014, is recognised as one of the leading strikers in world football right now. 

Brilliant Suarez 

In fact, the Uruguayan's record in Spain's elite division is remarkable; he has already hit an astonishing 26 goals in all competitions this season. 

Of course, it's not going to be easy to take Suarez away from Barcelona, but the prospect of linking up with Guardiola would surely interest the forward. 

There's a long way to go in this one, of course, but City fans may well be dreaming of an attacking line of Sergio Aguero and Suarez...

With the expected arrival of Guardiola on the horizon, things are about to change in the Premier League.

Which club will land Guardiola? Have your say below! 

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