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According to a former Premier League CEO, Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, is approaching the end of his tenure at the club. This assessment comes amid the club’s ongoing legal battle over 115 alleged breaches of financial fair play rules.

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Despite this controversy, Manchester City remains the frontrunner to clinch the league title after a recent 2-0 win against Nottingham Forest. However, questions linger about the potential impact on European league football if City were to secure another title while facing these charges.

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Premier League CEO Richard Masters emphasized the importance of maintaining suspense in the league until the final day and refrained from expressing preferences regarding league winners.

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An independent commission is scheduled to review the case later this year, though a verdict might not be reached until the following year due to the complexity of the charges.

Manchester City has welcomed an impartial review of the evidence and expressed eagerness to put the matter to rest.

There’s speculation that, while Manchester City is unlikely to face relegation to League Two, they could potentially be demoted to the Championship. The club vehemently denies any wrongdoing and anticipates that the financial fair play case won’t conclude until after the next season.

Recent comments from Football Insider suggest that Guardiola may depart the club, possibly coinciding with the resolution of the financial fair play case. Former Everton CEO Keith Wyness also hinted at Guardiola’s potential departure, suggesting that he might be ready for a fresh challenge despite his stellar managerial record at the club.

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