Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has apologised for unsettling Premier League managers with comments over his future, and for the continued unsettling of Premier League managers he’s set to do until the end of the season.
After announcing his desire to manage in the Premier League upon leaving Bayern Munich, speculation has raged over the future of several of the league’s top coaches, and the 44 year old has taken time to offer his apologies for any comments he may have made and will continue to make until May.
“I’d like to apologise for what I have spoken about. I try to always respect my colleagues,” said the former Barcelona man, adding that he knows how difficult club management is without undue pressure from external forces.
“Knowing this makes it even harder considering how much I’m going to continue unsettling Premier League coaches. For that too, I am truly sorry.”