Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola will leave the role when his current contract expires in two years, the UK Guardian reports.
Last weekend, Guardiola finally led the Premier League side to Champions League glory, defeating Inter Milan 1-0 in Istanbul.
The win completed the Treble for City, as they had already retained their league crown and lifted the FA Cup.
But it is understood that Guardiola has all but decided that he will quit in the summer of 2025 and end his tenure after nine years.
Guardiola signed a new deal with the Etihad club in November, a decision that had been in the balance and which his inner circle were unsure would happen.
Before City, Guardiola coached Barcelona and Bayern Munich and it had been thought that after working in England he would want to coach a club in Italy to achieve an ambition to manage in Europe’s four premier domestic competitions.
But Guardiola is now leaning towards coaching an international team.