Pep Guardiola Next Managerial Job Betting Odds

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Pep Guardiola may be looking for a job when he leaves the Etihad or he may already have been invited by a national association or club to be their new manager. Betting on where the Catalan born genius will end up is already rife with speculation, with a return to Barcelona or a position as the Spain National Coach towards the head of the early odds.

Pep Guardiola Next Managerial Job Betting Odds
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Next Destination For Pep Guardiola

  • A return to the Camp Nou is the favourite with the leading bookmakers in the Pep Guardiola Next Job Betting. 

  • The bookies can certainly see a job for Pep as the national team manager of Spain, that option is around 4/1.

  • Could Brazil or England come calling after the World Cup in Qatar?

  • A move to the Big Apple to join up with New York City FC in the MLS is around 14/1.

21 May @ 07:28 - Pep Guardiola Next Managerial Job
Barcelona 4.00
Spanish National Team 5.00
Brazil National Team 5.50
Juventus 8.00
England National Team 8.50
PSG 11.00
New York City FC 14.00
Any Qatar Sports League club 15.00
Bayern Munich 21.00
Argentina National Team 26.00
Man Utd 34.00
Qatar National Team 51.00
Any Chinese Club 51.00
Inter Miami 51.00
Ajax 67.00
Chelsea 67.00
Newcastle 101.00
Liverpool 101.00
Real Madrid 101.00

Pep Guardiola Honours

Pep Guardiola announced that he would leave Manchester City in 2023 when his contract expires.

After 7 years at the Etihad, he has said he will need to take a break but added that his next step will be a national team if that is possible. 

He has won 9 titles at three different clubs in three different countries and has twice has lifted the Champions League when at Barcelona. 

Alongside this he has picked up numerous cup competitions with each of the teams he has managed. 

Pep Guardiola Teams & Competitions Honours
Manchester City - EPL 2017-18, 2018-19, 2020-21.
Bayern Munich - Bundesliga 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16. 
Barcelona -La Liga 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11. 
Barcelona - Champions League  2008-2009, 2010-11. 
Manchester City - FA Cup 2018-19.
Manchester City -League Cup 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21.
Bayern Munich - DFB Pokal 2013-14, 2015-16. 
Barcelona - Copa Del Ray 2008-09, 2011-12. 
Barcelona - Supercopa 2009, 2010, 2011. 


Pep Guardiola Next Manager Betting

So we know why and we think we know when Pep is leaving Manchester but what will be his next job? 

The bookies have Barcelona as the favourite, currently, prodigal son Xavi is rebuilding the Catalan giants. 

It was reported by ESPN that Pep said "next step will be a national team if there is a possibility" 

After seven years on this team (Manchester City), I think I am going to have to stop. I'm going to have to take a break and in the process, I would like to train a South American team, European National side, playing a Copa America, I want to have that experience.

Pep Guardiola Quote

The national team job for Spain seems a natural choice for Guardiola. 

Luis Enrique has been in the job since 2019, the 2022 World Cup in December may be pivotal in any vacancy arising. 

Gareth Southgate's England contract is up in 2024, the former Palace, Boro and Villa player has done well with a semi-final and final appearance in the last two major tournaments if England were to win the World Cup in Qatar that could be seen as "job done".  


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