Guardiola has just one year left on his contract with City.
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Once the celebrations die down, Manchester City might be struck with a slight sense of foreboding as the club assesses the most convincing of its three Premier League title victories. Pep Guardiola has turned City into one of the most ruthless and aesthetically pleasing teams in the history of English football, the goals plentiful and often works of art.City captain Vincent Kompany has spoken of creating a dynasty at the club but it's clear that won't happen under Guardiola, who has often wondered out loud how Alex Ferguson with Manchester United and Arsene Wenger with Arsenal managed to stay so long at one club.City supporters have been spoiled every three or four days by the pretty passing patterns of Guardiola's team, but they might only have one year left of it.City have spent about $550 million on new players in Guardiola's two seasons in charge, leaving some to argue that the team's achievements boil down to pure hard cash as much as the Spaniard's methods.
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