Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola, has signed a contract extension with the club, meaning he’ll now be staying put with the Cityzens until 2023.
The development comes after reports emerged initially, claiming the Spaniard was close to rejoining Barcelona, who have been struggling for years now.
The news has been confirmed by City’s official website, and it obviously means we will have to face the rival tactician for another two years, at least.
Since his arrival at City, Guardiola has won quite a number of trophies with them, including two Premier League titles, and has made them a stronger side, and thus making the Manchester derby even fiercer.
His side are not in the best of form at the moment, but that doesn’t change the fact that they’re still a threat to come up against.
United will face City in the first Manchester Derby on December 12, and we can’t wait to see how it pans out.