Fans delighted as Pep Guardiola names successor as Man City boss

Pep Guardi­o­la believes Vin­cent Kom­pani is des­tined to become Man­ches­ter City man­ag­er in the future.

The leg­endary for­mer Eti­had cap­tain will make an emo­tion­al return to his for­mer club when he faces Burn­ley in the FA Cup quar­ter-finals at the end of the month.

And what he’s done at Turf Moor is, accord­ing to his cur­rent boss, that it’s “writ­ten in the stars” that he’ll one day be City man­ag­er again.

“Every­one here and the fans are hap­py to have him back,” Guardi­o­la said.

“He will be back soon­er or lat­er. His des­tiny as Man­ches­ter City man­ag­er is already writ­ten in the stars.

I don’t know when, but it will. ”

“That’s my feel­ing, and I could be wrong. He has the qual­i­ties, the work eth­ic, the knowl­edge of the game, the respect, the experience.

“It’s very dif­fi­cult to do what he’s done, but he’s done it very well. He knows what this club, the atmos­phere, the fans and the employ­ees need. Des­ti­na­tion. is there

Kom­pani spent three years at Ander­lecht after leav­ing City, but his per­for­mances in the North West have been eye-catching.

Burn­ley are 19 points behind third-placed Mid­dles­brough and are all but cer­tain to return to the Pre­mier League next season.

Guardi­o­la said: “It’s very dif­fi­cult because there are so many games in the cham­pi­onship, but I’m impressed with the consistency.

“The cham­pi­onship is very dif­fi­cult because there are so many games.

“They are close to pro­mo­tion to the Pre­mier League next sea­son and I am per­son­al­ly pleased with their suc­cess and their per­for­mance at Burnley.

“We are in the quar­ter-finals of the FA Cup and have an incred­i­ble chance to reach the semi-finals again at Wembley.

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