Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Man City boss Guardiola reveals De Bruyne buyout clause: He's Bielsa's favourite

Man City boss Guardiola reveals De Bruyne buyout clause: He's Bielsa's favourite

He won three La Liga titles, two Champions Leagues and two Club World Cups during four seasons in charge.

De Bruyne, once of Chelsea, is considered one of the world's elite midfielders and signed a six-year deal at City in January.

City view De Bruyne as central to their long-term plans as they target domestic and European dominance and the clause is a deterrent to would-be suitors.

Barcelona supporters might get the chance to see Pep Guardiola back at their club after all, as the Manchester City coach admitted that he'd like to finish his coaching career back at La Masia.

"The clause is €250m (£223m)".

De Bruyne was a key player in City's record-breaking run to the Premier League title last season, pitching in with 12 goals along the way. "I'm sorry, he is not for sale".

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"I remember what Messi told me", Guardiola told Universo Valdano.

The Spaniard went on to praise his midfielder, adding, "De Bruyne does everything and everything well, but still has room to grow".

'The other day, I met his parents and you often understand how the children are when you know the parents. "And I said, 'When there is trouble, he will be there"'.

Guardiola is happy with the strength and fitness of his squad after noting a month ago that his players were not at maximum effectiveness.

"My last steps will be in the youth teams and I hope at Barcelona, I believe to end with is the best, " Pep Guardiola explained according to the report on Daily Star UK. "I'm well protected, I don't feel judged".

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