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“I am sorry for Allegri” – Guardiola dismisses Juventus rumours

Following Manchester City’s win over Watford in the Premier League weekend fixture, Pep Guardiola has denied reports claiming he has agreed personal terms with Juventus, and is set to replace Massimiliano Allegri at Turin.

City are currently four points away from second placed Liverpool who tackle Burnley in Sunday’s clash. And Guardiola has ruled out a move away from the club, with a second Premier league title in bound and two years still left on his contract at the Etihad.

“I know that social media has influence but I don’t understand why the big papers say that I’m going to Italy.” He said.

“I have two more years here and I’m not going anywhere unless they sack me. I hope to be here another two years and maybe another.”

“I don’t understand why someone says something on social media and everyone says it is happening, when they don’t try to call the club, my agent, Juventus,”

“I am sorry for Allegri. I have two years and it is impossible for me to move, unless I get sacked. I am not going to Juventus for the next two seasons.”

Manchester City currently revel in their latest victory, having turned the tables in their favour and now looking to stretch their lead on the Premier League table.

Guardiola and City are next in action against Schalke in the Champions League, and the citizens will be hoping to progress to the quarter finals of the competition, after taking a 3-2 first leg advantage.

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