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Rumorville: Bayern ready to offer Guardiola $26 million per year

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A report says Bayern Munich is prepared to offer manager Pep Guardiola an approximately $26 million annual salary to stay at the Allianz Arena.

Guardiola’s contract expires after this season, and this new offer would give him almost $5 million more per season over two years.

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The former Barcelona boss has been linked with seemingly every big job in Europe, whether the clubs in question have a managerial opening or not. From Manchester City to Chelsea to the Spanish national team, he’s a man in demand.

From The Daily Mirror:

Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has pushed to open talks at the start of the Bundesliga winter break.

Guardiola is understood to be open to discussions about his future and there is a growing feeling that the ex-Barcelona boss could end up staying.


That’s a whole lotta dough, but we imagine he could get even more in a bidding war between the giants of the Premier League.

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