Pep Guardiola might be coming back to Europe 8

Pep Guardiola announced yesterday it would resume service next season. A secret which has not gone unnoticed in Europe.

Pep Guardiola announced that he could be coming back to Europe to coach again at the Ballon d'Or 2012

Pep Guardiola announced that he could be coming back to Europe to coach again at the Ballon d’Or 2012

“I do not know where or with whom, but I will start training this year. I’m still young and I want”,asked at a press conference at the ceremony of the FIFA Ballon d’Or yesterday, Pep Guardiola announced that it would on a bench next season. A statement that fired the European newspapers today.

In England, The Sun and The Daily Mirror suggests that Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City are on alert since the words of Spanish.

In Italy, simple coincidence or strange coincidence, the president of AC Milan Silvio Berlusconi gave a long interview on the waves of Antenna Tre during which he floated a huge doubt on the future of the season Massimiliano Allegri next on the bench Rossoneri. “Will it on the bench next season? A president must tell the truth … then it is better to go to the next question”, he dropped before praising Pep Guardiola.

“I always wanted to bring Pep Guardiola Milan because the last 2-3 years, he has produced the best football in the world with Barcelona. Guardiola wanted to take a sabbatical year in New York. We realized that we had no chance, even if I said he enjoyed Milan “ , he said before nuance. “probabilities that come to Milan are very low”, has he concluded. Finally, Germany also welcomed the admission of the Iberian carefully.

His name circulates side effect of Bayern Munich, Jupp Heynckes where, out of contract in June, casts doubt on its future. “Evoking a name now would be a lack of respect for the coach in place. I have not signed anything and I have no commitment with anyone”, concluded Pep Guardiola yesterday. By the end of the season, so the noise will continue to run on its future even if Mundo Deportivo believes that the Premier League is the rope.