“Everyone associated with the club sends their most heartfelt sympathy at this most distressing time to Pep, his family and all their friends,” read a succeeding tweet.
The College said the donation would go towards the purchase and supply of medical and protective equipment for doctors fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.
Guardiola is considered one of the best managers in the history of the game and previously said he could not have imagined a better upbringing.
“We were not a wealthy family. We were normal people, more poor than rich, in a little town, and every day I was in the streets with no traffic lights, no cars, always playing, bicycling, football, basketball, tennis, pool.
“I remember absolutely that. I would wake up, go out to the street, then school, then back out on the street until mum said: “OK it’s time to have dinner and come back home.”
Cross city rivals Manchester United tweeted its support to Guardiola shortly after City had announced the news.