Pep Guardiola Tells Manchester United, City, Chelsea and Arsenal: "Come and Get Me"

PEP GUARDIOLA has uncovered he didn't augment his agreement with Bayern Munich — in light of the fact that he needs to oversee in the Premier League.

The Spanish superboss has been connected with Manchester United, City, Chelsea and Arsenal as the Prem's top groups hope to get world football's most profoundly looked for after chief.

Also, he has at long last finished theory, halfway, on where he will be honing one year from now.

Guardiola, 44, said: "I need to mentor in Premier League. That is the reason I didn't drag out my agreement.

"I have a chance to work in England. I believe I'm at the right age and I feel it is the right move for me.

"I have a few offers from England, however I've not marked anything yet.

"My profession is far from over and when I have another club it will be the club that makes the declaration.

"Right now I can't say whatever else in light of the fact that nothing is altered."

The previous Barcelona boss left Catalonia in 2012 and joined the Bavarian club a year later.

His Bayern ancestor Jupp Heynckes was in control for two seasons — having officially burned through one as interval supervisor — and left Guardiola a treble-winning group to work with.

Guardiola included: "On the off chance that I were 60, 65-years of age, I'd stay with Bayern, yet I believe I'm excessively youthful. I require another test.

"Three years are sufficient. I am not happy with staying at one club for a long time. I need new eateries, another city, another test.

"When I got to Munich, individuals asked, 'Why Germany and not England?' I need to encounter the feelings there.

"Why England? That is my intuition at this moment."

Guardiola has been tipped to join Man City, supplanting Manuel Pellegrini toward the end of the season, yet has told United and Chelsea he is still open to offers.

The news is worried for under-fire fighter United supervisor Louis van Gaal.

The Dutchman ended up on the very edge of being sacked after a terrifying six-amusement spell without a win — three of which were sequential misfortunes — before at long last beating Swansea on Saturday. 

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Chelsea supremo Roman Abramovich is frantic to arrive the two-times Champions League winning mentor, in spite of having officially named Guus Hiddink as interval supervisor taking after Jose Mourinho's sacking.

What's more, the Emirates has developed as another potential new home for the Spaniard, with supervisor Arsene Wenger, 66, surrounding his twentieth year at th

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