When Could Xavi Hernández Take Over As Manager Of Barcelona?

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It has been rumored that Xavi Herández will be the next Technical Director of FC Barcelona, and could take the position before the end of the year.

By Patricia Montalvo

Xavi Hernández continues to be the favorite candidate to become the new Technical Director of FC Barcelona, so according to various rumors, the Catalan could take the reins of the team on November 1 of this year.

According to various Spanish media, the Barcelona board of directors chose Hernández as their new coach after the departure of Ronald Koeman; Xavi is said to have agreed to manage the Spanish club, despite the fact that he has a contract with another team.

As we have told you in La Verdad Noticias, Xavi Herández currently directs Al-Sadd, but it has been speculated that the Qatari team has reached an agreement to let the former footballer go even though they had a valid contract until 2023. So Therefore, Xavi could lead his last game this weekend in Qatar.

Xavi Hernández will possibly enter Barcelona in November

According to reports, there is also the possibility that the Spanish coach will join until November 8, when the break for the FIFA Date will begin.

Against this background, Xavi Hernández’s debut with FC Barcelona would take place on November 6 against Celta de Vigo or until November 20, when the clash against RCD Espanyol takes place.

Hernández, 41, has been with Al-Sadd in Qatar for seven seasons; four of them as a footballer and three more as DT. Although he took over as coach with no experience whatsoever, Xavi has shown the potential to be a team leader.

Xavi Hernández gave the Al-Sadd team a great season

In the current season, Hernández registers one hundred percent effectiveness, as he accumulates seven victories in the same number of games as Al-Sadd’s coach. In addition, Xavi has seven titles in Qatar.

However, FC Barcelona fans hope Xavi Hernández will give the team more victories now on the technical side. Let us remember that as a player he won 25 titles with the Catalans, among which eight Spanish Leagues and three Champions League stand out.