Since Xavi Hernandez announced he would step down as Barcelona head coach at the end of the season, there has been a lot of information confirming who could succeed the Spanish coach.
Barcelona is not considering appointing anyone because Xavi will not leave for another 4 months. However, that hasn’t stopped the latest information from coming from the media, with claims coming from Christian Falk that Joan Laporta wants former Bayern Munich and Germany coach Hansi Flick. However, everything quickly “turned around” in just a short time.
Specifically, sources from Mundo Deportivo shared that Barcelona sources have denied the case of the club appointing Flick. They said that no contact took place between Flick and the team’s sporting director.
Barcelona’s elite will be fully aware that they must seriously choose who will succeed Xavi. The club is in a difficult situation and choosing an incompetent coach could ruin the efforts that Xavi has built at the team over the past two years.
Lu Phong | 13:14 February 1, 2024