Pep Guardiola says he wants to end his coaching career at Barcelona.
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Having spent most of his playing career with the spanish club, Guardiola started out as a coach of Barcelona’s B side in 2007.
After working with the youth sides, Guardiola was named first-team head coach in 2008 and went on to achieve significant success with the club.
“I will finish again where I started,” he said in an interview on Movistar.
“My last steps will be with the youth teams; I hope it is with Barca. I think it’s the best place to start.”
“My teams will play the way I want them to,” he added. “That’s why I’m a manager, that’s why I also deserve to be happy.”
Guardiola won three La Liga titles, two Champions Leagues and two Club World Cups with Barca.
He has also enjoyed success with Bayern and Manchester City, who won the Premier League last season with a record points haul.