Gareth Southgate set to leave England job after Euro 2024, Pep Guardiola eyed as replacement
England manager, Gareth Southgate, has reportedly chosen a date to step down from his position. Southgate's contract, which is set to expire following the EURO 2024 tournament, has sparked a flurry of speculations about his successor. The Football Association (FA) is said to be eyeing Manchester City's manager, Pep Guardiola, as a prospective replacement.
Southgate's managerial journey with the Three Lions could be nearing its conclusion as his contract expires in the coming year. Although Southgate could potentially extend his stay through the 2026 World Cup, the England FA is reportedly making contingency plans. These plans gained momentum following England's quarter-final exit in the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Southgate's first task is getting England to Euro 2024