Pep Guardiola is reportedly set to make a big Manchester City decision following their UEFA Champions League exit on Wednesday night.
The Citizens narrowly missed out on making it to back-to-back UCL finals after Real Madrid stunned them with a late comeback in the second leg of their semi-final earlier this week.
This was Guardiola's sixth attempt at European glory since first taking charge of City in 2016, and his search for his first big-eared trophy since 2011 now continues.
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The team's most recent failure to claim Europe's biggest club prize has led to speculation that the Spanish tactician could end his stay at the Etihad when his contract expires at the end of next season.
However, per the Daily Mirror, the latest UCL loss has made Guardiola even more determined to lift the trophy with the Manchester club, with the 51-year-old now said to be ready to sign a contract extension that will keep him at City until 2025.
This news comes about a week after Jurgen Klopp put pen to paper on a new deal at Liverpool, which will see him stay at Anfield until 2026.
Reports that Guardiola could renew his deal at the Etihad comes as a surprise after he stated in August 2021 that he intends to take a break from managing when his current contract expires in 2023.
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