The 41-year-old has been linked with a number of high-profile positions since opting to end his four-year spell in charge of the Catalan club in the summer – namely Chelsea in July and November before and after the hiring and firing of Roberto Di Matteo. But Guardiola has been adamant in his desire to see out a one-year sabbatical from the game as continues his stay in New York with his family.
The former Spain international’s representative, Josep Maria Orobitg, said Guardiola has not ruled out an extension to that break.
"I was with him 15 days ago, and he told me that before January or February he won't decide which club he will coach or if he will be sitting on any bench next season,"Orobitg told Brazilian sports newspaper Lance. "It doesn't matter what happens, before that time he will not take any decision with any club or national team.
"He alone will decide his future because he has a lot of personality. Right now he is with his family, resting, reading, watching football. In January he'll start thinking about which team he will coach next season."