Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has raised confusion as he said the coach that will take over from him at Manchester City is likely to be Ajax boss Erik ten Hag the same manager rival Manchester United is hoping to sign next season. Ten-Hag is rumored to be in talks with Manchester United overstepping in as the Red Devils’ manager this summer.
Pep Guardiola Wants Erik ten Hag to Replace at City
Pep Guardiola said: “We spoke quite regularly and he is just an incredible person and human being. I was surprised at how humble he was.” “For his qualities, just take a look at his Ajax team in the last years. It is a joy to watch.”
He also said: “In many, many games, not just the year they got to the Champions League semi-final (in 2019).” “In terms of qualities, just look at his teams. To define a manager, watch his team for a long time. He said the team is very good and it is Erik ten Hag that made the team that good. Praising the team, he said in terms of qualities, the club is a good one.
Pep said to define a manager, you have to look at his team and the manager has ll. He went on to say if he can he will out a call to Manchester United and say ‘guys you have to take him, but nobody knows.
The 52-year-old was previously reserve manager at Bayern while Guardiola was in charge of the first team.