Xabi Alonso wont find it easy to adapt at Managerial Position

Bayern Munich midfielder Xabi Alonso claims that Manchester City players will not find it easy to immediately adapt to the managerial style of Pep Guardiola.

It was announced recently that the former Barcelona manager will be taking over at the Etihad stadium from the summer from Manuel Pellegrini. This has been seen as a major boost to City and the Premier League in a number of ways since Guardiola is one of the coveted managers in world football. This will be his first job in the English game after having previously expressed his fascination of the same.

MULLER HAPPY WITH PEP

The Bayern Munich supporters might not like Pep Guardiola’s frequent consultations with City bosses, but, for Munich players, it’s not something which is bothersome.

According to Thomas Muller, if Guardiola spends his leisure time in his apartment or he visits somebody for professional reasons, it doesn’t make too much of a difference to the team.

Bayern Munich will be without defender Jerome Boateng

Bayern Munich will be without defender Jerome Boateng for the upcoming match against Hoffenheim, but manager Pep Guardiola believes that the club can cope without the star.

Boetang has been a rocksolid player for Bayern since his move from Manchester City a few years ago. Guardiola admitted that the German defender has been a key part of the club, but he also gave glowing tributes about players who can replace him.Medhi Benatia, David Alaba, Javi Martinez, and Rafinha are some of the players in line to step in.

Chelsea will try and sign Pep Guardiola in the summer

Chelsea will try and sign Pep Guardiola in the summer according to Sky Sports pundit and Spanish football specialist Guillem Balague.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is thought to be a huge fan of the former Barcelona manager, who has finally announced that he will be leaving Bayern Munich after just three years at the club. Compared to his achievements with Barcelona, Guardiola has been disappointing with the German outfit. This has led to speculation that much of his achievements were largely because he was able to enjoy players like Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta in the team.

Cesc Fabregas says that former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola is almost certain

Cesc Fabregas says that former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola is almost certain to test himself in the Premier League.

Widely acknowledged as the best league in the world, the competition in the English Premier League is intense. It is something that Guardiola is not used to – either at his former club Barcelona or his current Bayern Munich. Both teams dominate their league so heavily that the chance of losing a Championship is very low. It may have contributed immensely to the several league titles already within the pocket of the former Barcelona midfielder.

DIsappointing campaign for Bayern Munich

It has been a disappointing campaign for Bayern Munich despite their third consecutive German league title.

The team was knocked out of the German cup by archrivals Borussia Dortmund, while a bigger disappointment awaited them in the Champions League after a 5-3 aggregate loss at the hands of Guardiola’s former club Barcelona. After having won the Champions League crowned twice as a Barcelona boss, the Spaniard has been unable to repeat his achievements with the German club. He is widely contemplating an exit from Bayern next summer when his contract expires.

Higuain being tracked by Bayern

Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain is rumoured to be in the radar of Pep Guardiola as the Spanish manager wants to bring Higuain to the Allianz Arena in the summer transfer window.

Higuain has scored 13 Serie A goals for Napoli in this season. These 13 league goals were converted from the 30 appearances that the Argentine forward has made and it seems to have been enough to attract the interest of Arsenal and Bayern.

Gonzalo Higuain

Pep Guardiola should be a very happy

Pep Guardiola should be a very happy and excited man as his team managed to secure a spot in the semi-finals of the DFB Pokal Cup but after his squad defeated Bayer Leverkusen in a penalty session, the Spanish manager did not appear to be happy as Guardiola talked to reporters and only said that the absence of Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery has limited the goal-scoring opportunities of his team as they aren’t able to score goals as fluently and consistently ever since those star players picked up injuries and haven’t been able to get in the pitch.

Bayern Munich is still in Game

Bayern Munich might have failed to register a win playing versus Shakhtar Donetsk the other day at Arena Lviv, but, that has not put their Final Eight qualification in the Champions League in doubt by any means.

Playing the return leg at home, it’s almost a no brainer that they would beat Shakhtar and move ahead to face the big boys.

But, what Pep Guardiola would need is to ensure that his players turn up.

During that away leg in Ukraine, it appeared as if the Bayern players were not completely awake.

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