Pep Guardiola was unable to capture his third Champions League winners’ medal on Saturday night contradictory to a statement that he made before the match. When asked on how he felt about the oncoming game he said that he did not care about Chelsea and that he trusts his team 100%. He raised eyebrows with his team selection against Chelsea due to the absence of a holding midfielder Pep Guardiola plotting Man City owner talks over future after Champions League final loss. Guardiola opted to shift around his side for the game and afterwards was forced to face claims he’d over-complicated things once again. He hinted he plans to speak with Manchester City’s owners after taking a short break from football this summer in the wake of his side’s Champions League final defeat against Chelsea. Guardiola has remained adamant that he won’t quit, but has declared he wants to do what is best for the club. There had been tentative speculation that Guardiola – who has never stayed at a club as long as he has at City – would walk away from the Etihad after the Champions League final. Meanwhile, Head coach Thomas Tuchel has sights set on new Chelsea contract after meeting club owner with trophy in hand.
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