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The former Barcelona coach is ready to make a comeback and says he would like to manage in the Premier League, but just where will he go?

After a brief sabbatical Pep Guardiola has stated he is ready to return to football management next season, with many of Europe’s biggest clubs keen to snap the Spaniard up.

Having guided Barcelona to 14 trophies in a glorious four-year spell at Camp Nou, Guardiola is one of the most wanted men in the game and could be set to move to England.

The former Barca coach has revealed he wants to manage in the Premier League and, as revealed by Goal.com, has already expressed an interest in moving to Arsenal.

However, there is also competition from Manchester United as Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted that the Spaniard could take over the reins at Old Trafford when the 71-year-old finally decides to step down.

Meanwhile, neighbours Manchester City have already installed former Barcelona men Ferran Soriano and Txiki Begiristain at the Etihad Stadium, which could tempt Guardiola to the sky blue side of Manchester.

Yet they will surely face competition from Chelsea, with the club having already approached Guardiola twice about taking the job at Stamford Bridge.

Outside of England there is also interest from Europe, as Bayern Munich have also been heavily linked with a move for Guardiola.

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