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Guardiola rips reports linking him to Juventus

FC Barcelona v AC Milan - UEFA Champions League

BARCELONA, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 13: Head coach Josep Guardiola of FC Barcelona reacts backdropped by Head coach Massimiliano Allegri of AC Milan during the UEFA Champions League group H match between FC Barcelona and AC Milan at the Camp Nou stadium on September 13, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)

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Pep Guardiola dismissed reports that he’ll be joining Juventus next season.

The Manchester City boss has won titles in England, Germany, and Spain, and there’s plenty of pressure on Max Allegri.

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And Guardiola is upset by the rumors, given that he has two years left on his contract and Juve very much has a manager right now to go with a 19-point lead in Serie A.

“Why when someone says something on Twitter do the big newspapers say that for the next four years Pep is going to Juventus? I don’t understand why the people saying I am going to Juventus don’t try to call the club or call myself or call my agent or Juventus or Massimiliano Allegri. I feel so sorry for Massimiliano.”

Juventus is home this week in the UEFA Champions League and needs to overcome a 2-0 deficit to stingy Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League.

Still, it’s hilarious that Allegri’s seat is hot even as Cristiano Ronaldo and Juve face dismissal from the UCL; Juve has a 19-point table lead having played one more match than Napoli.

Guardiola says he’ll be with City for at least two more seasons.

“Except if they sack me,” he said. “Then after, I go home. But if Manchester City want me I will stay for two more years and hopefully another one. I am not going to go to Juventus in the next two years.”

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