Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has agreed a £20 million per year deal to extend his contract at the Etihad until 2021.
However, the Daily Mail are reporting that the former Barcelona boss does not want the deal to become official until he wins his first piece of silverware as Citizens boss. This of course could come as early as Sunday evening, as his team face Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.
The serial winning coach struggled somewhat in his first season in England, with his side finishing in third place in the Premier League.
However, this season his team have played some of the finest football English football has ever seen, and several other club’s will be no doubt concerned that his decision to extend his stay in Manchester, may well usher in a era of domination by the Abu Dhabi owned club.
Originally when Guardiola joined City in the summer of 2016, he refused to commit past his current deal that expires at the end of next season. Although he is said to be happy with life in Manchester, his squad of players and working with the people behind the scenes at the club.