Guardiola: My future at City is not linked to the Champions League

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has confirmed that winning the Champions League is not an obsession and will not determine his future at the club.

Guardiola, whose contract expires in 2023, has led City to four Premier League titles, but they failed to win the European Grand Prix and lost the 2020-2021 final to their best result.

"My life does not depend on the Champions League, I would love to win the title and everyone tried it, but it is not an obsession for the club, and my future in City is not linked to it," the Spanish coach told reporters before opening his league campaign against West Ham United later today.

Guardiola, who won the Champions League twice with Barcelona, ​​stressed that he is keen to improve in the continental competition despite winning many titles since his arrival from Bayern Munich in 2016. He added, "The main goal for me is to improve the team and play better, I am only here to play better." individually and collectively."

"I don't think about what will happen in 11 months if we win or lose, if we win, it's amazing, and if we lose it will be a failure and nothing will change."

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