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Pep Guardiola, the favorite for England’s bench in 2024

Pep Guardiola, the favorite for England's bench in 2024

Gareth Southgate’s possible departure from the English bank is no longer a taboo subject. The English Football Association (FA) is fully aware of the uncertainty surrounding the future of the national team and is taking seriously the possibility of Southgate’s retirement after next summer’s European Championships in Germany.

Pep Guardiola, the favorite for England’s bench in 2024

It is not the first time that there has been speculation about Southgate’s successor in office. In the run-up to last year’s World Cup, the likes of Eddie Howe, Graham Potter and Mauricio Pochettino were raised as possible candidates should the current coach step down.

On this occasion, however, a new name has emerged as a strong contender to lead England: Pep Guardiola. The prolific Spanish Manchester City manager has demonstrated his ability to lead teams to the very top of European football and his name is gaining traction in FA circles.

Guardiola was the architect of Manchester City’s transformation into a power in both England and Europe. His innovative style of play and focus on developing young talent would fit perfectly with the FA’s vision for the future of English football.

Although Guardiola is tied to Manchester City and his contract runs until 2023, a move in the future cannot be ruled out. The prospect of leading the England national team could be an intriguing challenge for one of the world’s most successful managers.

The FA is carefully reviewing its options and considering a range of candidates should Southgate decide to resign. Uncertainty over the future of the England bench is creating excitement in the English football landscape and the possible arrival of Pep Guardiola would be a major event that is sure to keep fans on their toes for months to come.

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