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The 62-year-old Chilean is to be replaced at the Etihad in the summer after it was announced that Pep Guardiola has agreed a three-year contract
Four-time African footballer of the year set to become third-highest earner in world football
Henry and Guardiola lifted the Champions League together in 2009
The 45-year-old has agreed a three-year contract equating to an annual salary of €20m (£15.5m)
The City boss can boast the third best win ratio in the Premier League era – behind just Jose Mourinho and former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson
Guardiola will earn a reported £21m-a-year when he replaces Manuel Pellegrini at the start of the 2016/17 season
- City expect summer arrival of Guardiola to galvanise players into winning the title this season.
- Appointment of Spaniard, who will earn £15.5m per year, could pave way for star signings
Every deal made this January
Re-shaping will be necessary and though the well-established City model sees Guardiola’s old friend Txiki Begiristain leading the recruitment, it won't be easy for the Spaniard at the Etihad
The Bayern Munich manager may take some players from Bavaria to Manchester with him, as well as a few Barcelona old boys
On a day which is usually reserved for transfer tittle-tattle, Chilean boss Pellegrini announced he will stand aside
"These negotiations were a re-commencement of discussions that were curtailed in 2012."
On a day which is usually reserved for transfer tittle-tattle, the Pellegrini dropped a bombshell
Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed he will make way at the end of the season