Pep Guardiola says he will happily manage Manchester City for the rest of his career as he shut down speculation linking him with the soon-to-be-vacant Brazil job.
With head coach Tite set to step down after the World Cup, reports from Spain earlier this week suggested Brazil have already reached out to Guardiola.
According to Marca, Brazil are willing to pay Guardiola a salary of €12million (£10m) a year through until after the next World Cup in 2026.
However, asked about the rumours on Friday, Guardiola made clear that he cannot see himself managing any side other than City.
“Not today, come on,” he told a news conference.
“I’m under contract here and I’m so happy. I’m willing to stay forever here. There cannot be a better place to be [than City].
“I’d extend the contract ten years but I could not extend the contract ten years. Now is not the moment. I don’t know where it’s come from.”
Guardiola was speaking ahead of Sunday’s huge showdown with Premier League title rivals Liverpool, with City holding a one-point lead over Jurgen Klopp’s team.