Manchester City next manager odds: Pochettino favourite to replace Guardiola

Pep Guardiola is expected to leave Manchester City before the start of next season, according to Betfair’s latest betting markets.

The explosive revelations on Monday that saw the Citizens charged with over 100 breaches of financial fair play by the Premier League following a four year investigation.

It prompted immediate questions over the long-term future of key personnel such as Guardiola as well as players such as Kevin de Bruyne - though City deny any wrongdoing.

As a result, the odds of Guardiola remaining in the dugout for the start have shortened dramatically, with the Spaniard previously stating “if you lie to me, the day after I am not here” in response to previous allegations.

This has seen Mauricio Pochettino backed to take over in the Etihad hotseat should Guardiola leave, while Julian Nagelsmann and Zinedine Zidane are also in the running according to Betfair’s latest markets.

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Next permanent Man City manager

  • Mauricio Pochettino: 7/2
  • Julian Nagelsmann, Zinedine Zidane: 5/1
  • Mikel Arteta, Thomas Tuchel: 15/2
  • Antonio Conte: 14/1
  • Roberto De Zerbi: 16/1
  • Eddie Howe, Lionel Scaloni: 20/1
  • Jurgen Klopp: 25/1
  • Luciano Spalletti: 25/1
  • Diego Simeone: 25/1

Pep Guardiola to leave Man City specials

  • Pep Guardiola to leave Man City before the first game of the 2023/24 season: 1/2
  • Pep Guardiola to be Man City manager on the first game of the 2023/24 season: 6/4
  • Pep Guardiola to be the next Premier League manager to leave their role: 5/1

Pep Guardiola’s next managerial job

  • Barcelona: 3/1
  • Newcastle: 4/1
  • England national team: 8/1
  • Inter Milan: 12/1
  • Bayern Munich: 14/1
  • Juventus: 16/1
  • Man Utd: 20/1
  • Real Madrid: 100/1

Next Premier League manager to leave their role

  • Nathan Jones: 4/11
  • Pep Guardiola: 5/1
  • Gary O’Neil: 15/2
  • Graham Potter: 9/1
  • Brendan Rodgers: 10/1
  • Jurgen Klopp: 14/1
  • David Moyes: 16/1
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