A tough job awaits Pep Guardiola at Man City.


Former Barca Forward: Pep won't be able to express his football in the Premier League.


Chelsea and Spain attacker Pedro said his former coach Pep Guardiola won't find it easy at Manchester City next season.

Guardiola, who was named as Manuel Pellegrini's successor back in February, was Pedro's boss at Barcelona when they won the treble back in 2009.

"Although we know he is a great coach, Pep is not going to have it easy," Pedro told Marca.

"It's a difficult league, complicated. I don't think he will be able to express his football.


"He is faithful to his ideas and he can convince his players to change the philosophy of direct play by playing more elaborate football," Pedro added, who is currently with the Spain squad preparing for Euro 2016.

"We shall see how his first year goes."

Guardiola was at Barcelona for four campaigns before he decided to take a sabbatical in 2012.

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