Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted that his former club Barcelona remains an interesting place to visit.
Guardiola’s words come from a reported interest in Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling. Fabrizio Romano, reported the 50-year-old spoke to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportiven and said he was not sure whether Barcelona were really interested in his player or not, but he had resigned to leaving Stirling if Barcelona made an offer.
You can see Romano’s tweet below.
Guardiola, also a former Blaugrana player, ruled the club between 2008 and 2012, creating what many call the best team of all time. While Barcelona have enjoyed success both in the country and in the Champions League since Guardiola’s exit, the team has been in decline for some time, culminating in the pitch and financial disaster the club caused this year.
The club recently appointed Xavi, a key part of Guardiola’s successful side when he played, as the new head coach after they sacked Ronald Koeman after a disastrous start to a season in which they threatened knocked out from the Champions League before the group stage. finish and see them in ninth place in La Liga, 11 points behind the first.