Munich — Pep Guardiola says he wants to coach in the English
Premier League when he leaves Bayern Munich at the end of this season, but
hasn't yet signed a contract with a club.
Guardiola, who opted not to extend his three-year contract
at Bayern, says "I'm young enough. I'm 44-years-old. I want a new
Also read: Bayern knew two weeks ago Guardiola would leave - Report
The Spanish coach expressed his thanks to Bayern and its chairman
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge "because I know the club wanted to keep me, but at
this stage in my career I need a new challenge. That's it, nothing more."
Guardiola, who took over Jupp Heynckes' treble-winning side
in 2013, led Bayern to the Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup that same year, a
German league and cup double in 2014, and another Bundesliga title in 2015.
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