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Guardiola rules out another English club and reveals future plans

Few coaches in world football are in higher demand than Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola, who has unveiled what he hopes to do after leaving the Premier League club.

Having previously led Barcelona and Bayern Munich, the Spanish coach sees his next challenge on an international level.

"I would love, I said many times, when I finish here, the pleasure to lead a team at a World Cup," Guardiola explained in his press conference.

"But it is not easy to find it. There are only a few positions.

"I would like it but if it doesn't happen I will train clubs, so it will not be a problem."

No England stay

The coach was also clear that there are some clubs that he would not consider joining next.

"In England, being here I think always I will be Man City and if I have to come back it would be at Man City, if they want me," Guardiola added.

"I would not train another club in England apart from this club."

Guardiola is under contract at the Etihad Stadium until 2023, when he is expected to depart the club.

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