Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has agreed a deal with Juventus which will see him earn €24million per year as manager of the Italian Serie A side, according to Italian Newspaper, Calciomercato.
Guardiola has been heavily linked with a move to Juventus, but the Spaniard debunked such reports recently.
“How many times do I have to say? I’m not going to go to Juventus, I’m not going to move to Italy.
“I’m satisfied here, I’m not going anywhere. Next season I will be manager of Man City. I said many times,” Guardiola told reporters ahead of their FA Cup final against Watford.
“I know today the social media has a heavy influence but I don’t understand, believe me.
“I don’t understand. Why on Twitter something is said and everybody in the big pages ‘Pep for the next four years is going to Juventus’. I don’t understand.
Calciomercato is however reporting that the City boss has agreed on a ‘four years contract with a fee of 24 million euros per season’ to become Juventus’ new manager next season.
According to the Italian newspaper, the City boss will officially sign the deal on June 4 and will be unveiled by the club on June 14. Guardiola completed a treble winning the English League Cup, FA Cup and Premier League with Man City this season.