PEP Guardiola is a former footballer who breaks records and titles as a manager.
He currently manages one of the top Premier League clubs, Manchester City.
Who is Pep Guardiola?
Pep was born on January 18, 1971 in Santpedor, Spain.
He spent most of his early football career as a defensive midfielder at Barcelona.
During his career, young Pep won several Spanish league titles and went on to play for both Roma and Brescia in Italy.
He also played for Qatar, Al-Ahli and Dorados de Sinoloa in Mexico before retiring from playing and moving into management.
Pep became Barcelona manager in 2008 and in his four years as coach helped the team dominate both domestically and internationally.
He brought his management skills to Bayer Munich in 2013 before joining Manchester City in 2016.
What is Pep Guardiola’s net worth?
Being one of the greatest football managers of all time certainly has its perks.
Pep is rumored to have a net worth of around £47.7 million ($60 million).
With an annual salary of around £29.8million, he is one of the highest paid head coaches in Europe.
How much does Pep Guardiola earn at Manchester City?
Accordingly L’EquipeMan City pay Pep around £19.7million a year.
A notable leap over Man City’s former manager Manuel Pellegrini, who was paid around £4million.
The huge pay rise comes as Pep is the only manager to have crowned Man City champions every year since 2016, with the exception of the game against Liverpool in 2020.
Which teams has Pep Guardiola managed?
Pep coached for Barcelona and became the youngest manager to win two Champions League titles in his debut season, both against Manchester United in 2011.
He led the club to doubles in La Liga and the Champions League and was awarded the Gold Medal of the Catalan Parliament – the highest honour
In the same year, Pep was named FIFA World Coach of the Year.
Pep then moved to Bayern Munich in 2013 and to Manchester City in 2016.
Since managing Man City, Pep has guided the club to the Premier League title in 2017-18 and 2018-19.
While at the helm of the club he also broke a number of national records including being the first to score 100 points in a single season.
Pep is considered one of the greatest managers of all time, holding the record for most consecutive league games won in La Liga, Bundesliga and Premier League.