Could Pep Guardiola re-join Barcelona? | Saturday Social feat Chunkz & Stephen Tries

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    Stephen Tries joins Chunkz, Smithy and Joe Thomlinson on Saturday Social this week to look at this weeks biggest trending topics. After Barcelona’s new president made Pep Guardiola his no1 target to return to the Nou Camp, could we see the Manchester City manager move back to Spain? #SaturdaySocial #Chunkz #StephenTries See the FIFA 21 Ratings :

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