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Pep Guardiola’s camp reveal determination on Bayern Munich return


Pep Guardiola’s camp have confirmed he isn’t fascinated about a return to Bayern Munich this summer season.

Bayern are persevering with their seek for a head coach to exchange Thomas Tuchel, who is about to depart on the finish of the season after lacking out on the Bundesliga title, sitting second behind new champions Bayer Leverkusen.

Their new supervisor, nonetheless, won’t be Manchester Metropolis’s Guardiola, with the Spanish boss eager to proceed his success within the Premier League.

Guardioa’s company, Tacticgrup, have outlined his intentions to remain at Metropolis and a minimum of see out the ultimate 12 months of his present contract.

They instructed Sky in Germany: “Pep has Bayern in his coronary heart, however he would not need to go away Metropolis this summer season. He’s very completely happy and has a contract till 2025. Returning to Bayern isn’t an choice.”

Guardiola joined Bayern as supervisor in July 2013, changing Jupp Heynckes after taking a one-year sabbatical following his exit from Barcelona. He led the Bundesliga facet till June 2016, upon which he joined Metropolis.

The Spanish boss led Bayern by means of 161 matches, recording 124 victories and a career-high win share of 75.16%. Nonetheless, his time at Bayern isn’t at all times remembered for glory.

Pep Guardiola, Thomas Tuchel

Guardiola won’t exchange Tuchel this summer season / Koji Watanabe/GettyImages

Guardiola gained three Bundesligas, two German Cups the UEFA Tremendous Cup and a FIFA Membership World Cup throughout his time at Bayern, however he didn’t see success within the Champions League.

His failure to realize European success has in-part ignited rumours of a return to Bayern. After profitable the Champions League with Metropolis final season, Bayern stay the one membership he has not achieved continental glory with.

Bayern have struggled to safe a successor for Tuchel, having been already rejected by Leverkusen’s Xabi Alonso and former Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick.