Pep Guardiola has been named as the new manager at Manchester City F.C.
He's replacing Manuel Pellegrini who's due to leave the club on 30 June.
Pep has agreed a three-year contract and will take over at the Etihad Stadium next season.
The new manager is known for having high standards, and has won more major trophies than virtually any other coach in Europe.
Man City fan Riley joined BBC Sport's Tim Crossman in the Newsround studio.
Riley said he was 'speechless' at Pep Guardiola being named as the new manager at Manchester City F.C.
So what do we know about City's new boss?
Pep was born in Spain and joined the Barca academy when he was just 12-years-old.
His four-year reign at Barcelona is known as the club's 'golden age'.
He led the team to 14 trophies in four years as a manager, including three La Liga titles and two Champions Leagues.
In January 2013, Pep signed a three-year deal to start coaching Bayern Munich, reportedly worth 22 million Euros.
In two full seasons with Pep as manager, Bayern has won the league twice and they are on course to do well again, being eight points clear in his third campaign.
They've also reached the semi-final stage of the Champions League twice, although they've never been victorious there.