Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola could coach a team in Italy once his time is up in England, according to the club’s chief executive officer Ferran Soriano.
Soriano made this remark while speaking at a press conference unveiling City Group’s majority stakeholder purchase in Serie B side Palermo on Monday.
Guardiola has managed only three clubs since he ended his playing career.
Having initially worked at Barcelona, he took a sabbatical before moving to Bayern Munich.
The Spaniard left the Bundesliga champions to take charge of City.
“He asked if it’s sunny in Palermo. Perhaps, he will work here one day,” Soriano was quoted by Calciomercato.
“He knows everything we do and he knows Italian football well. Like the others, he is excited about the deal.”