Pep Guardiola has suggested he would have no problem walking away from Bayern Munich after just one season if the club's hierarchy are not satisfied with his work. Guardiola has been an instant hit in Munich, winning the Bundesliga trophy in record time, qualifying for the German Cup final and also guiding the team into the upcoming Champions League semi-finals where they will meet Real Madrid. However, the patient passing style of play which the former Barcelona coach favours has not been fully welcomed by all at the Allianz Arena, with former player and manager - and now honorary president - Franz Beckenbauer recently having to back-track on comments he made about finding the team "unwatchable." There has also been discontent after a dip in domestic form following the clinching of the title, including a 3-0 home defeat to Borussia Dortmund last weekend. Asked about the latest criticism of his methods at a news conference on Wednesday, Guardiola told reporters that he found some of the negativity hard to take and was prepared to move on if the club wanted a change.
Pep: I won't stay where I'm not wanted
ESPN UK | Apr 17