Xavi fired: Barcelona will look for a new coach for next season – La Opinion

Xavi fired: Barcelona will look for a new coach for next season – La Opinion



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The president of FC Barcelona, ​​Joan Laporta, informed Xavi Hernández this Friday that he will not continue as first team coach next season, according to the Barça entity in a statement.

The meeting took place at the Joan Gamper Sports City and the sports vice president, Rafa Yuste, and the sports director, Anderson Luís de Souza ‘Deco’, also participated. As well as Xavi’s assistants, Òscar Hernández and Sergio Alegre.

Therefore, the Egarense coach will direct his last game as coach of the Barça first team this Sunday in Seville.

“FC Barcelona wants to thank Xavi for his work as a coach, as well as his inimitable career as a player and as team captain. He wishes you many future successes in the world. “Over the next few days, FC Barcelona will announce the new structure of the first team,” the club reported in a statement.

Xavi finished with 141 games for the Catalan club, 89 wins, 23 draws and 29 losses. The Spanish coach finished with a League and a Spanish Super Cup.

They reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League and this year finished second behind Real Madrid in La Liga.

What names are coming to replace Xavi at Barcelona?

One of the names that is rumored to be on the Barcelona bench next season is the German Hansi Flick.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Flick has declined several offers from Premier League teams and he only wants to lead Barcelona, ​​as one of his dreams to lead as a coach.

German Hansi Flick won a treble with Bayern Munich (Bundesliga, Pokal and Champions League). He also won a Club World Cup and a European Super Cup.

He was last coach of the German national team.but was fired after elimination in the group stage during the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

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