Pep Guardiola visits Egyptian National Museum for holidays

Pep Guardiola and his family visit Egypt

Pep Guardiola visits Egyptian National Museum for holidays

Stephen Oladehinde 15:58 - 25.06.2023

The treble-winning manager Pep Guardiola took a trip to the Egyptian National Museum in Egypt during his summer vacation.

The Spanish manager recently won three trophies with his team Manchester City (FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League).

Guardiola also won the first Champions League trophy for Manchester City and also equalled the treble record set by Manchester United in 1999. 

The Manchester City manager travelled to Egypt with his wife and children shortly after completing the Treble in Istanbul.

Pep Guardiola and his family
Pep Guardiola and his family

Guardiola visit Egypt with family

On visiting Cairo, Luxor, the Sphinx, and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, Guardiola was accompanied by his wife Cristina Serra and three children.

The Sun reported that Guardiola was spotted donning a white ensemble and a red baseball cap with the word P.

A special "Pharaoh" trophy was given to the Spaniard, as seen in photographs taken by representatives of the Ministry of Tourism.

Pep Guardiola and his family are currently enjoying their vacation in Egypt as they celebrate their recent success before the start of the new season in August.

Guardiola looking to improve squad

Man City's manager is currently in the transfer market for new recruitment ahead of the new season in August.

The Citizens recently lost one of their key midfielders Ilkay Gundogan to Barcelona after just winning the treble.

Declan Rice, who is also wanted by rival Arsenal, has drawn interest from the Champions League champions.

Although they have not yet submitted an official offer, reports from the Sun indicate that the West Ham favourite would like to go with Arsenal.

Next season, Pep will aim for a record-tying fourth consecutive Premier League championship with City, who are presently making moves in the transfer market.