Pep Guardiola has already rejected Chelsea

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Pep Guardiola has already told Chelsea that he won't be joining them, according to The Sun

The report claims that the revered coach, who will leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season, spoke to the west London outfit before they sacked Jose Mourinho and appointed Guus Hiddink, but rejected their advances. 

As well as Chelsea, Guardiola has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs recently, including the trio of Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal. 


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While City appear to be the favourites to secure his signature this summer, the same report from The Sun claims United could yet make their move to lure him to Old Trafford. 

Under the Louis van Gaal regime, the Red Devils have failed to come to prominence and it's far from certain as to whether the Dutchman will still be in charge at the start of the 2016/17 campaign. 

Arsenal twist? 

But it appears that Arsenal could still be in the running to land Guardiola. The Sun claim that the 44-year-old would consider replacing Arsene Wenger in north London.

While it's unlikely that Wenger will step down at the end of the season, the notion that Guardiola could replace him shouldn't be completely dismissed at this stage. 

It certainly looks set to be an interesting summer for Guardiola, who is understandably on the radar of England's biggest clubs. If a deal with City still hasn't been concluded, then anything remains possible. 

Where do you expect Guardiola to end up? Have your say below! 

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