The Malaga boss believes the pressure to land a 10th European crown at Santiago Bernabeu makes the coach's position unteneble - unlike at the Allianz Arena
Schuster, who left his post at Santiago Benabeu in 2008, feels that the pressure to win a 10th European crown makes life nigh on impossible for a coach in Madrid - something which Guardiola will not be faced with at Bayern.
"Pep has the perfect team at Bayern and will continue on the same path they followed last year. It's not like the Bayern directors are demanding that he win another treble right away," Schuster told Bild.
"Bayern are an example to follow for Real Madrid. Madrid keep on building up the pressure as they are gunning for their 10th Champions League title and a coach can only fail in those conditions.
"Men like Uli Hoeness, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Matthias Sammer on the other hand have a better and clearer philosophy at Bayern.
"Bayern should be proud of having Guardiola in charge. It's further proof that the Bundesliga is successful and how the other countries look at the development in Germany."
Schuster was recently appointed as Malaga coach after Manuel Pellegrini - another former Real Madrid boss - left for Manchester City.