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Bayern Munich have been placed as the 4/7 favourites to be the next club to be added to the impressive coaching CV of Pep Guardiola.

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Pep Guardiola: Ready for management return

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Any number of Premier League Clubs believe are reported to be interested in taking former Barcelona boss Guardiola when he makes his eagerly-awaited return to football following his 12-month sabbatical, but if money talks BetVictor believe Munich will be the next port of call for Guardiola who confirmed last night that he was ready to return to management next season.

Spokesperson Charlie McCann said: "The English media have presumed that Guardiola will return to management in the Premier League next season, but in recent days punters have backed Bayern Munich from 20s when we first started betting on the market into 3/1 on Monday and now 4/7 on Tuesday morning.

"If he ends up at Bayern it will be a big blow for Chelsea and Manchester City who have both been linked with the 41-year-old in recent months."

Where will Pep Guardiola's next job be?(Prices from BetVictor)

Bayern Munich: 4/7

Chelsea: 9/1

Man Utd: 9/1

Man City: 9/1

Barca: 14/1

Arsenal: 14/1

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