Pep Guardiola is just two games – the FA Cup final against Man Utd and the Champions League final against Inter Milan – from winning the treble with Manchester City, a feat only Sir Alex Ferguson has achieved in English football.
Asked if winning it all could tempt him to call a day on his time at City, Guardiola, who has a deal until 2025, said: “Right now I’m not thinking of leaving. But, who knows?
“I would like to continue next season here, independent of the results, but I don’t know how it is going to feel, winning or losing, the two finals ahead of us.
“I still have a contract, and when I sign I want to respect the clubs.”
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