Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that he wants to see Pep Guardiola take charge of Manchester City one day, saying that the most coveted coach in football can turn out to be important for the club.
Pellegrini, who recently signed a 12-month extension contract with City, didn’t want to leave Etihad at the moment.
Meanwhile, Guardiola was expected to leave his current club Bayern Munich this summer, the Mirror reported.
Reflecting on the same, Pellegrini believes that the 44-year-old Spaniard would probably join City as he also wanted to work in Premier League.
He added that Guardiola had experience of working in other leagues, adding that he would definitely look forward to join City.
Pellegrini, however, said that he would try his best to clinch maximum trophies for City till the time he remains in the club.
City are currently at the third spot in the league standings, having ten wins from 16 games they have played.
City, who finished as leaders in group standings of Champions League, will lock horns with Sunderland in their next league clash on December 26.