Manuel Pellegrini: If I don’t get an interesting offer I will quit football

In an exclusive interview, the outgoing Manchester City manager talks about his future, says he should not have announced that Pep Guardiola was taking over and that his team were the best in the country over his three years

Manuel Pellegrini smiles broadly, shakes hands and offers a seat at one of the desks in his office at Manchester City’s First Team building.

The nerve centre in which the Chilean plotted City’s past three campaigns has modern lines, with sweeping windows, and is spacious. From the MacBook Air before him Pellegrini will later print off statistics to outline how dominant City were during his tenure. On the wall behind the 62-year-old hangs a miniature white pitch which features named magnetic figures denoting his squad, Sergio Agüero, Wilfried Bony and Kelechi Iheanacho heading the formation.

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