Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has been criticised by club favourite Lothar Matthaus as speculation continues to link him with clubs including Manchester City.
Since wrapping up the Bundesliga title, Bayern have lost their Champions League semi-final first leg 3-0 to Barcelona, gone out of the DFB-Pokal on penalties to Borussia Dortmund and lost league games to Bayer Leverkusen and Augsburg.
And Matthaus told Sky Deutschland:
Bayern Munich's boss Pep Guardiola has been charged by Uefa for wearing a T-shirt promoting a campaign for justice surrounding the death of an Argentine journalist.
Guardiola wore the T-shirt stating "Justica para Topo" at a press conference before the second leg of the Champions League match against Porto.
It relates to a campaign, backed also by Lionel Messi, calling for an investigation into the death of journalist Topo Lopez in a car accident at the World Cup.
His car was reportedly smashed into by a vehicle driven by two suspected criminals, being pursued by the police.
Uefa's regulations prohibit the use of "sporting events for manifestations of a non-sporting nature" and the governing body has charged Guardiola with an "incident of non-sporting nature".
Porto boss Julian Lopetegui has also been charged following his dismissal from the bench during the 6-1 win by Bayern.
The cases will be dealt with by Uefa's disciplinary body on 21 May.
Pep Guardiola insists there is no chance of him leaving Bayern Munich this summer.
The Catalan, who has repeatedly been linked with the Manchester City job, is facing the prospect of going out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage, with his side 3-1 down to Porto going into their second leg on Tuesday.
Guardiola is under contract with the Bundesliga giants until 2016, though, and plans to honour the deal.
"I will also be working here next year," he said at a press conference.
That is despite the fact Guardiola knows a club of Bayern's stature demands European as well as domestic success.
"I know what club I am at. It is not enough to be champions here. It is not enough to be cup winners here. Only the treble is enough," he said.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is keen to continue his relationship with the club after insisting he is not waiting for any offers from elsewhere.
Guardiola took charge of the German powerhouses in June 2013 and has led them to success in the Bundesliga and in domestic and European cup competition.
His time has been dogged by speculation over swapping leagues, most notably to England and to names like Manchester City, with his current Bayern deal set to run out in 2016.
However, the former Barcelona boss told a press conference: "Of course I'll stay here. I haven't had a contract offer and I am not waiting for a contract offer from anyone else.
"I'm happy here at Bayern, my only idea right now is to stay and work for this club here.
"I can stay in this club five or six years even. This also depends on the players. I'm not the most important thing for the club."
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Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has confessed to being "surprised" by Man City's poor return of points in this season's Champions League.
Speaking to ITV Football's Gabriel Clarke ahead of tonight's clash at the Etihad, Guardiola said:
"I'm surprised they have two points, yeah, but the group is not easy. Roma is in the top in Italy and CSKA Moscow is always uncomfortable.
"There are five, six, seven teams who are focused to win the Champions League. I think Manchester City is one of them.
"They have quality, but they don't have the history and sometimes these little details, like the t-shirt, makes the difference."
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