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Pep Guardiola Net Worth

Josep Guardiola Sala net worth is

$40 Million

Josep Guardiola Sala salary is

$24 Million



Josep Guardiola Sala Wiki Biography

Josep Guardiola Sala was born on 18 January 1971, in Santpedor, Spain, and is a professional soccer coach and former professional soccer player, best known to be the current manager of Manchester City. He is considered one of the best soccer players of his generation winning numerous titles as a player with Barcelona, as well as being a successful coach, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Pep Guardiola? As of mid-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $40 million, mostly earned through a successful career in professional soccer; he reportedly earns a salary of $24 million annually as the manager of Manchester City. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will increase.

Pep Guardiola Net Worth $40 million

Pep started his career at the age of 13, joining Barcelona subsidiary La Masia and quickly rising through the ranks in the next six years. His debut for Barcelona was in 1990, and he would become a team regular just after a year at the age of 20, during which season the team would win both the European Cup and La Liga. The team would go on and retain the La Liga title in the next two years, with Guardiola already considered one of the best players in the world. In 1996, the club would win three cups, but in the next year Pep was mostly out because of injury. A lot of teams were offering to take him, but after long contractual talks, he extended his contract until 2001. In the next three years, he would battle with numerous problems and surgery on his calf. He would eventually leave the team in 2001, having won 16 trophies in his 12 seasons.

During the next few years he would join Italian Serie A’s Brescia, and then transfer to Roma, but was mostly unsuccessful because of a four month drug ban. In 2003, he would move to Al-Ahli in the Qatar Stars League, and would become one of the best players there. He was offered contracts by other teams, but he declined since he was nearing retirement. His last team was Dorados de Sinaloa in Mexico, playing for six months before retiring.

Guardiola was also a part of many international competitions for Spain, including winning gold at the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992, reaching the quarter finals of the 1994 World Cup, and playing at Euro 2000, reaching the quarter finals once again.

In 2007, Pep was appointed the coach of Barcelona’s B Team which he led to the 2008 Segunda Division B playoffs. After just a year, he would become the manager of the senior Barcelona squad, and in his first season he would guide Barcelona to achieve the domestic cup and league double, and win the European Club title in the same season, the first for any Spanish club. He continued this streak in 2009 with a record six trophies, becoming the first manager to do so. In 2010, he had a total record of 71 wins, 10 losses and 19 draws. In the next two years, Guardiola and Barcelona would continue dominating most competitions, despite a turnover of players. A few notable achievements during this time were a second Champions League Final in 2011, and a Club World Cup win.

After the end of his time with Barcelona, he took a year off and would return to managerial duties, handling the German club Bayern Munich, winning the German league in all three seasons he was in charge, and the cup twice, before becoming the manager of Manchester City in 2016. His record of a more than 75% winning ratio as a manager is unsurpassed in European soccer.

For his personal life, it is known that Guardiola married Cristina Serra in May 2014, and has three children. He is non-religious, and is known to support the political independence of Catalonia. He also reportedly practised German four to five hours a day to prepare for his tenure with Bayern Munich.



Full Name Pep Guardiola
Net Worth $40 Million
Salary $24 Million
Date Of Birth January 18, 1971
Place Of Birth Santpedor, Spain
Height 1.8
Weight 76 kg
Profession Football coach
Nationality Spanish
Spouse Cristina Serra
Children Maria Guardiola, Marius Guardiola, Valentina Guardiola
Parents Dolors Sala, Valentí Guardiola
Siblings Pere Guardiola, Francesca Guardiola, Olga Guardiola
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2150064/
# Fact
1 Friends with David Trueba.
2 Has three children: daughters, Maria and Valentina, and son Màrius.
3 (2007-2008, 2008-2012) F.C. Barcelona team coach.
4 Retired Catalan football player. Spent most of his professional career in F.C. Barcelona.

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
Les nostres cançons contra la sida 2012 TV Special performer: “Ara mateix”

Self

Title Year Status Character
Barça announced Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
Final Score 2016-2017 TV Series Himself – Manager, Manchester City
Match of the Day FA Cup 2017 TV Series Himself – Manager, Manchester City / Himself
The Women’s Football Show 2016 TV Series Himself – Manager, Manchester City
Capital One Cup Tonight 2016 TV Series Himself – Manchester City Manager
Economia en colors 2015 TV Series Himself
Barça Dreams 2015 Documentary Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
La Marató 2014 2014 TV Movie Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
L’últim partit. 40 anys de Johan Cruyff a Catalunya 2014 Documentary Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
Barcelona, la rosa de foc 2014 Documentary Catalan version, voice, as Josep Guardiola
VI Premis Gaudí de l’Acadèmia del Cinema Català 2014 TV Movie Himself – Presenter (as Josep Guardiola)
Les nostres cançons contra la sida 2012 TV Special Himself – Performer (as Josep Guardiola)
Marató per la pobresa 2012 TV Special Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
#Òmnium50A 2011 TV Movie documentary Himself
La Marató 2011 2011 TV Special Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
Salvados 2011 TV Series Himself
Manel al Palau de la Música Catalana 2010 TV Movie Himself – Audience Member (as Josep Guardiola)
Català de l’any 2009 2010 TV Movie Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
Quelli che… il calcio 2009 TV Series Himself – Guest
Bicampions! 2009 TV Movie Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
La nit al dia 2007 TV Series Himself
Lluís Llach a Verges 2007 TV Movie Himself – Audience Member (as Josep Guardiola)
La Marató 2005 2005 TV Special Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
Club Disney 2001 TV Series Himself
De todo corazón 2000 TV Special Himself
2000 UEFA European Football Championship 2000 TV Mini-Series Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
Paral·lel 1997 TV Series Himself – Guest
Lo + plus 1996 TV Series Himself – Guest
La barberia 1991-1996 TV Series Himself – Guest
Fútbol: Amistoso a beneficio de Unicef 1995 TV Movie Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
El cangur 1995 TV Series Himself – Guest
La Lloll 1994 TV Series Himself – Guest
La tarda és nostra 1994 TV Series Himself – Guest
Un tomb per la vida 1994 TV Series Himself – Guest
Fantàstic 1992-1994 TV Series Himself – Host
Tres senyores i un senyor 1993 TV Series Himself – Guest
Bon dia, Catalunya 1992 TV Series Himself – Guest
Cerimònia d’inauguració jocs olímpics Barcelona ’92 1992 TV Movie Himself (as Josep Guardiola)
La vida en un xip 1991 TV Series Himself – Panelist

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