Pep Guardiola will be unveiled as the Juventus manager on June 14, ONA reports citing Fox Sports.
The Spaniard has reportedly agreed on a four-year deal with the Champions of Italy and will replace the recently sacked Massimiliano Allegri at the helm. Meanwhile, reports even suggest that he is set to earn €24 Million in Turin for the next four years.
Guardiola lifted his second consecutive Premier League title with Manchester City on June 12. The Citizens finished the thirty-eight-game season on ninety-eight points, one more than second-placed Liverpool. However, reports have since linked the former Barcelona boss with a move to Italy.
“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 the manager of Man City, I said many times,” the Spaniard said during the pre-match press conference ahead of the FA Cup final.