Pep Guardiola insists he will be Bayern Munich manager next season

Spaniard has been repeatedly linked with Manchester City job

Bayern Munich’s coach Pep Guardiola pauses during a training session ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg  match against Porto at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday. Photo: Lukas Barth/Reuters

Bayern Munich’s coach Pep Guardiola pauses during a training session ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg match against Porto at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday. Photo: Lukas Barth/Reuters

 

Pep Guardiola insists there is no chance of him leaving Bayern Munich this summer.

The Catalan, who has repeatedly been linked with the Manchester City job, is facing the prospect of going out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage, with his side 3-1 down to Porto going into their second leg on Tuesday.

Guardiola is under contract with the Bundesliga giants until 2016, though, and plans to honour the deal.

“I will also be working here next year,” he said at a press conference.

“I know what club I am at. It is not enough to be champions here. It is not enough to be cup winners here. Only the treble is enough,” he said.

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