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Pep Guardiola considering Man City owner talks over his future after Champions League final defeat.

Pep Guardiola considering Man City owner talks over his future after Champions League final defeat.

Man City manager Pep Guardiola indicated he plans to speak with Manchester City’s owners after taking a short break from football this season in the wake of his side’s Champions League final defeat against Chelsea.

Guardiola has remained resolute that he won’t quit but has revealed he wants to do what is best for the club.

City were second-best in Porto on Saturday night as they conceded the Champions League final to Chelsea.

Kai Havertz’s goal was the distinction in a tight affair at the Estadio do Dragao, with the newly-crowned Premier League champions well below par.

Guardiola opted to shift around his side for the game and afterward was forced to face claims he’d over-complicated things once again.

The iconic manager, widely regarded as one of the best ever, has faced the same critiques before – notably in a game against Real Madrid while at Bayern Munich and in last year’s quarter-final against Lyon.

He raised eyebrows with his team pick against Chelsea due to the lack of a holding midfielder.

Guardiola rather played Kevin de Bruyne as a false nine, with Ilkay Gundogan playing in a defensive midfield position.

There had been experimental gambling 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.

But speaking afterward he seemed to dismiss those opinions, instead choosing to highlight the achievement his side has enjoyed this season.

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City won the Premier League title easily while also winning the EFL Cup, as well as reaching the Champions League final for the first time ever.

And Guardiola maintained on Saturday night that he wants to take a short break from football after a tumultuous schedule recently.

But instead of taking a vacation like he did after he left Barcelona, Guardiola has affirmed he will speak to the club’s owners about plans for next season.

“We were in the final of the Champions League, for us that was really good,” he said.

“We won the Premier League again, and we competed in the treble for all the season.

“Now I want to go home with my family, it’s a long time I haven’t seen them.

“[Plans to] take a break, one or two weeks, then after we’ll start with the club.

“[Will discuss] What is best for the club for the next few years, that’s what we’ll try to do.”

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