Top European Managers Who Could Replace Pep Guardiola at Manchester City

Top European Managers Who Could Replace Pep Guardiola at Manchester City

Despite all the lavish spending that has been done by Manchester City, being a manager at club of that size is not a walk in the park. Pressure will always pile up on the manager and the players as well. That has been the story for most managers at the blue side of Manchester. The same can also be said on Pep Guardiola.

According to a blog by, there were too many expectations that the Spanish manager will use his tactics and football genius mind-set to win the Champions League. That wasn't the case, and there are chances that Pep's job might be under scrutiny and he against the odds. Let us look at European Managers that could replace Guardiola at Manchester City.

Julian Nagelsmann - RB Leipzig

Julian Nagelsmann was on the verge of joining the German Champions Bayern Munich after leaving TSG Hoffenheim. Well, interestingly the German took up the job at RB Leipzig. He has done exceptionally well taking RB Leipzig to a Champions league semi-final. The 33-year-old has been doing amazing work in German. And most pundits and fans are backing him to lead Manchester City to the Champions League glory.

Mauricio Pochettino - Ex - Tottenham Hotspur

It is fair to include Pochettino amongst the best managers in Europe right now. Despite getting the sack at the North London club, Pochettino has done a great job at Spurs. Sending the team to a first Champions League final in so many years is something that makes his profile very much authentic. Moreover, he nurtured a young group of players making them brilliant players and they turn to be household players for Spurs just like some real money casino players who have made good names for themselves.

Mikel Arteta - Arsenal

This might sound like a long shot for the Spanish manager, but he has set off on a good start winning the FA Cup for and the Community Shield. Arteta has made Arsenal a difficult team to beat and some of his tactics has made Arsenal a lethal team mostly at the back. Replacing his master will surely trigger endless debates on whether he is the right man for the job.