The gears on the managerial merry-go-round have slowly begun to click into motion. When the news broke that Pep Guardiola would succeed Jupp Heynckes as Bayern Munich manager at the end of the season, Twitter went into meltdown at the nuclear standard. The Bundesliga side had been the overwhelming favourites to secure the Spaniard earlier this week, regardless of reports suggesting he would take over at Manchester United or Chelsea. It's a superb coup for Bayern, especially after the former Barcelona head coach confirmed on Wednesday he would want to manage in England one day in the future. After landing 14 trophies in four years for the Blaugrana, now is the time to ply his trade in a new league and you can guaranteed Bayern have appointed a manager that will lead them to glory over the coming seasons.
Guardiola will be continuing his managerial career in the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich. Here he is strutting his managerial stuff on the sidelines for Barcelona.