Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, has stated that he is open to extending his contract with the club beyond 2024. as he prepares for the start of the new season.
Last season, City won the Treble, finally getting their hands on the Champions League trophy.
There have been suggestions that Guardiola could leave the Etihad after winning the European Cup.
The 52-year-old, who signed a two-year contract extension last November, has previously said he would take a sabbatical when he leaves Manchester before potentially managing a national team.
But for now, it seems the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss will be staying put and could stick around longer.
He said: “I signed a contract for another two years because I feel comfortable — and nothing has changed whether we won [the Treble] or didn’t win.
“I’m happy and the people are happy, the board and the hierarchy especially because they decide in the end which manager is going to lead this group of players.
“If they are satisfied, I’m still satisfied. I want to defend what we won and maybe at the end of the season, if I am tired, we will talk with the club — or maybe extend more.”