Ronaldo makes “mind blowing” Pep Guardiola statement as Brazil look for new manager
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been connected with the empty Brazil work after Tite quit following their shock World Cup exit because of Croatia
Ronaldo has guaranteed it would be “unimaginable” for Pep Guardiola to become Brazil manager after Tite ventured down following their unexpected exit from the World Cup.
The Selecao crashed out of the opposition with a penalty shootout rout to Croatia on Friday night, following a 1-1 draw after extra-time. Neymar had given Brazil the lead as he polished off a sublime team move, before Bruno Petkovic emphatically evened out in the 117th minute to take the game to catch kicks.
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Croatia – as in the last 16 shootout win over Japan – would keep their nerve from the spot with four skillfully taken penalties, with PSG defender Marquinhos’ miss sentencing the Selecao to a quarter-last exit.
Manchester City’ boss Guardiola has been connected with the gig, despite his agreement at the Etihad not being up until 2025. The Brazilian media have detailed that Guardiola, Carlo Ancelotti and Jose Mourinho could be focuses from here on out.
World Cup winner Ronaldo said: “I think those names are mind blowing. I couldn’t want anything more than to see names like Guardiola, Ancelotti, Mourinho being managers for Brazil. I couldn’t want anything more than to see that.
“However, I’m not the person who picks so we will witness what’s going to before long.”
Guardiola as of late written another more than long term agreement as City manager, stopping contract theory. The Spaniard’s current agreement was expected to lapse toward the finish of the mission however chose to commit his future to the club by marking new terms.
In the wake of marking another arrangement back in November, Guardiola said: “I am so satisfied to remain at Manchester City for an additional two years. I can’t say thank you enough to everybody at the club for confiding in me. I’m blissful and agreeable, and I have all that I want to go about my business as best as could be expected.
“I know the following section of this club will be astounding for the following ten years. It occurred throughout recent years, and it will occur in the following decade since this club is so steady.
“From the very first moment I felt something extraordinary being here. I can’t be in a superior spot. I incline there is more we can accomplish together and for that reason I need to remain and keep battling for prizes.”
Guardiola has won 11 significant prizes since joining City from Bayern Munich in 2016, including four of the last five Premier League titles. He has won 271 of the 374 matches he has managed in all contests, with a win level of 72.4 percent.