Pep Guardiola confirmed as Bayern Munich coach on three-year deal •

Bayern Munich have announced that Pep
Guardiola will become the club’s new coach when
Jupp Heynckes’ contract expires this summer.
Heynckes will stay on in his post until the end of
this season before retiring, at which point the
former Barcelona coach will take over on a deal
that runs until June 2016.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Bayern’s chief
executive, said: “We are delighted that we have
managed to get Pep Guardiola whom several big
clubs wanted and contacted. He is one of the
most successful trainers in the world and we are
sure that not only Bayern Munich but the whole of
German football will benefit from what he brings.”
The news comes 24 hours after Bayern’s media
director Markus Horwick described claims the club
had approached Guardiola to take over as
“complete rubbish”, and Guardiola himself said he
hoped to manage in the Premier League.
Chelsea and Manchester City were strongly linked
with Guardiola, with Roman Abramovich
signalling his intention to take him to Chelsea by
pointedly handing Rafael Benítez the title of
“interim manager”.
Guardiola, 41, replaced Frank Rijkaard at Barca in
2008 and during his four years at the Nou Camp
he led the club to 13 trophies, making him the
most successful coach in the club’s history.


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