Unlike Fergie and Wenger, I will not remain in the Premier League for long – Guardiola

Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, has intimated that he does not intend to stay in the Premier League for long.

Ahead of today’s meeting against Everton, the Spanish tactician declared that he will quit if he feels something about the club is “broken”.

Guardiola secured a two-year contract extension with City last month that will take him through 2025.

“The moment I sense something is broken, I will resign or refuse to extend.”

“I keep saying I’m not going to remain like Fergie and Arsene,” Guardiola added.

“The contract is only paper. I stayed because I believe we can still play well. But, in the end, it’s about the results. If we get tired of one other, I will not complete this contract.”