Manchester City will auction off manager Pep Guardiola’s iconic hooded grey cardigan to raise funds for their City in the Community charity.
The “coatigan” has been a staple of his touchline attire all season.
The Spaniard made the revelation following City’s crushing 6-0 FA Cup final victory over Watford in an interview with BBC’s Dan Walker.
“I think it’s for the charity and now it’s summer time, so I don’t need it any more,” Guardiola said.
The grey woollen garment is reportedly from his wife’s boutique in Barcelona and Guardiola has rarely been seen without it in recent months.