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Pep Guardiola explains Man City contract decision after suffering Liverpool setback

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Pep Guardiola has explained he made the call to sign a new contract at Manchester City after receiving reassurance from his family to prolong his stay in England - with his decision reportedly coming after his side's defeat to Liverpool this season.

The Catalan coach took charge of City during the summer of 2016 and has been involved in high-quality battles for Premier League titles with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp since his appointment.



Like every City fan, I am looking forward to what lies ahead.” • Midfielder who could have been an Everton hero got David Beckham treatment after beating Pele record • FSG sale latest as private Mike Gordon comments hint at next step for Liverpool • Konrad Laimer 'says no' to transfer as midfielder decides next destination amid Liverpool rumours • What Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez have done together in just 10 Premier League games is almost unbelievable



One figure overjoyed the ex-Barcelona boss will be going nowhere for at least three years from now is City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak, who said: "I am delighted that Pep’s journey with Manchester City football club will continue.



Offering a similar story of how he came to further commit to City, Guardiola said: “There is a family part.

READ MORE: Inside story of FSG sale plan as Anfield insiders left stunned when Liverpool truth emerged READ MORE: Liverpool winger Luis Diaz explains 'childish' transfer wish and Lionel Messi meeting Central to both of these outcomes were members of family of the two managers, with the Reds' boss admitting a conversation with his wife kick-started the idea of remaining at Anfield past 2024.

This one [contract renewal] I involved my family more than ever because it has already been seven years [at the club] and will be nine years [at the end of the new contract].
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