Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has claimed that he wants to finish his managerial career at Barcelona.

Guardiola has started his career at Camp Nou with Barcelona as the Spanish manager started with Barcelona B in 2007 before being appointed as first team manager in 2008.

The former Spain international, who represented Barcelona as a player between 1990 and 2001, has replaced Frank Rijkaard at the end of the 2007–08 season.

Therefore, the 47-year-old has made it clear that his dream is to finish his coaching career where he started.

“I will finish again where I started,” Guardiola said in an interview on Movistar.

“My last steps will be with the youth teams; I hope it is with Barca. I think it’s the best place to start.”

“My teams will play the way I want them to,” the Spanish manager added. “That’s why I’m a manager, that’s why I also deserve to be happy.”

The former Bayern Munich boss has a strong affinity to the Catalan side as he won 14 major trophies with Barcelona’s senior team.

Guardiola has led the La Liga giants to two UEFA Champions League trophies and three league titles.

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