Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has denied reports he he would be leaving the Etihad Stadium for Juventus.
Guardiola saw City extend their lead at the top of the Premier League on Saturday thanks to a Raheem Sterling hat-trick as Watford were dispatched 3-1 at the Etihad.
Pep’s name has appeared in connection with the Turin giants in recent days, as the Old Lady face missing out on the Champions League title once more.
Massimiliano Allegri’s charges will begin the second leg two goals down to Atletico Madrid, with the return match to be played on Tuesday.
Speaking on the rumours, Pep said;
“I know that social media has influence but I don’t understand why the big papers say that I’m going to Italy,” he told reporters.
“I have two more years here and I’m not going anywhere unless they sack me. I hope to be here another two years and maybe another.”
The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona coach continued to show his solidarity with under-pressure Allegri and reiterate that he had no intention of leaving City.
“I don’t understand why someone says something on social media and everyone says it is happening, when they don’t try to call the club, my agent, Juventus,” he fired.
“I am sorry for Allegri. I have two years and it is impossible for me to move, unless I get sacked. I am not going to Juventus for the next two seasons.”
City are next in action at home on Tuesday against Schalke, and will look to book their place in the Champions League quarter-finals as they hold a 3-2 advantage after the first leg.