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Sir Alex Ferguson spoke to Pep Guardiola over Man Utd job as Man City exit emerges

Pep Guardiola has dismissed the possibility of a switch to Manchester United once his contract with City ends, despite previously expressing that he could envision himself managing there one day.

The Spanish tactician, who has clinched six Premier League titles, two FA Cups, four League Cups and a coveted Champions League trophy with City since his move from Bayern Munich eight years ago, is currently in the final 12 months of his contract. Insiders predict Guardiola will depart the Etihad at the conclusion of the 2024/25 season.

Before joining the Citizens two years prior, Guardiola confessed that he could see himself at the helm at Old Trafford, having received an invitation of a phone call from Sir Alex Ferguson to discuss the club. Guardiola's close friend and journalist Marti Perarnau said of the manager in his book Pep Confidential: "I like this atmosphere. I could see myself coaching here one day.

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"Pep liked the setup at Sabener Strasse (Bayern's training facility) despite the fact it was smaller than Barca's training ground and had fewer technical facilities. The Catalan was impressed and told [his personal assistant] Manuel Estiarte privately: 'I like this place. I could see myself coaching here one day.'

"Pep had said something very similar a few months before, at Manchester United. The day after beating Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final, Guardiola and Estiarte travelled to Manchester to watch their next opponents in action. It was May 4, 2011, and the pair sat together in the stands of Old Trafford watching Sir Alex Ferguson's team beat Schalke 4-1."