Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola could find his future in Italy but not at Juventus, the club he has been linked to many times.
City confirmed back in November that Guardiola had signed a new two-year deal with the club, meaning he is on a contract which now runs to the summer of 2023.
That will see his stay in Manchester extended to seven years from his arrival in 2016 should he see out his deal, but there are already thoughts about where the Spaniard could go after that.
According to what DonBalon reports, Guardiola may be a managerial target for Milan. The Rossoneri are growing and fighting for the Scudetto this season, with Elliott Management having implemented a project which is on the rise, with Guardiola a potential ‘new leader ready to lead the climb’.
Of course, it would not be an easy coup from an economic point of view and it must be considered that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently the figurehead of the Rossoneri, with relations between the Swede and Pep far from ideal.
Stefano Pioli is doing very well on the Rossoneri bench and there doesn’t seem to be any intention to change.