Man City boss Guardiola issues warning despite success: ‘If standards drop I could leave’
Pep Guardiola has revealed that his time at Manchester City could be short-lived if his players don’t improve their performance.
Despite winning four Premier League titles over the past five seasons, Guardiola called out his players for their lack of hunger and desire to close in on Arsenal who currently sit atop the league standings.
As a former Barcelona player, the Catalan coach admitted he witnessed the effects of success himself and is here to prevent this from happening with City.
Guardiola extended his contract until 2025 but has warned that if he loses control of the team or something significant, then there’s no reason for him to stay.
However, City can cut Arsenal’s lead to two points and as they still have three matches against each other in different competitions this season, Guardiola is hoping his public call will spark a huge response from his players.
The manager also doesn’t regret off-loading Jesus and Zinchenko to Arsenal as it was good for both parties involved.
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