Guardiola signs new Manchester City deal through 2021

Manchester City soccer team manager Pep Guardiola acknowledges supporters during the British Premier League champions trophy parade in Manchester, Eng

Manchester City soccer team manager Pep Guardiola acknowledges supporters during the British Premier League champions trophy parade in Manchester, Eng

Manchester City soccer team manager Pep Guardiola, right, acknowledges supporters during the British Premier League champions trophy parade in Manches

Manchester City soccer team manager Pep Guardiola, right, acknowledges supporters during the British Premier League champions trophy parade in Manches

Pep Guardiola, fresh from winning the Premier League title, has signed a new Manchester City contract through 2021 to make the strongest long-term commitment of his managerial career.

Completing five years at the Abu Dhabi-owned club would represent Guardiola's longest tenure in a coaching job.

He spent four years at Barcelona, winning three Spanish league titles and the Champions League twice among 13 honors.

After taking a sabbatical, Guardiola took charge of Bayern Munich and won the Bundesliga in each of his three years in Germany.

Guardiola moved onto Manchester in 2016 and endured criticism through a trophyless first season but he completed his second campaign at City this month as a double winner.

After collecting the League Cup in February, City sealed the Premier League with five games to spare.