Guardiola Breaks Blaugrana Hearts, Rules Out Barcelona Return

Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, has ruled out a return to his previous club Barcelona, revealing this in an interview.

After spending the most of his playing career with Barcelona, where he won six LaLiga titles and the European Cup in 1992, Guardiola returned as manager in 2009, bringing even more glory to his hometown club.

Guardiola led the Barcelona squad, who had finished third in LaLiga the season before his arrival, to an unprecedented sextuple just one year later, winning all six championships in which the Catalans participated.

As Barcelona manager, Guardiola went on to win 14 titles in four seasons, including four LaLiga titles and two UEFA Champions League titles, endearing himself to the Blaugrana faithful and sealing his place as one of the greatest managers in the club’s history before moving on to Bayern Munich and Manchester City.

Since leaving Barcelona in 2012, fans of the club have dreamt of the day when Guardiola would return to the club, but their hopes have been dashed by the man himself, who claims he has no interest in returning to the club where he started his playing and managerial careers.

When asked in a recent interview if the door closed for a possible return to Barcelona in the future, Guardiola responded with a simple, “Yes, door closed.”

This all but ends any hopes that Guardiola will make a comeback to Barcelona, despite admitting that he might continue at Manchester City after his contract ends next season

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