Barcelona drängt Xavi, Abreise zu überdenken

Günstige Barcelona Fußballtrikots are currently hunting for a new manager, but there are those within the club who would rather hold onto Xavi Hernandez. The current coach announced his decision to leave in the summer in late January following a harrowing home defeat to Villarreal, but President Joan Laporta wants him to stay.

Xavi said he made the decision in order to relieve the pressure on his players, and also stated that ‘the club needs a change’ in order to move forward. Since, matters have improved somewhat, although Günstiges Barcelona Fußballtrikot-Set für Kinder are still eight points off Real Madrid. Recent reports have also claimed that Xavi is unlikely to change his mind, and that he is already planning his sabbatical next year.

As Sporting Director Deco looks to narrow down Barcelona’s managerial shortlist, it appears as if that that search is proving more difficult than they would like. With their financial situation as it is, the Blaugrana are forced to admit that the transfer market and their plans for the summer are up in the air, but that there is still a demand to win silverware next season.

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Barcelona drängt Xavi, Abreise zu überdenken

Laporta has reportedly unofficially asked Xavi to stay on and has made a sincere attempt to get him to understand that fulfilling the final year of his contract is best for the club. Vice-president Rafael Yuste has also made it clear that he prefers Xavi to stay on. They believe that the dressing room is also supportive of Xavi and that it is for the best given his knowledge of the club and his own situation.

It will no doubt come as a worry to Barcelona fans that having assessed some of the options, the Barcelona board have concluded they would rather Xavi to continue in the job. All of the most commonly linked candidates have come from backgrounds outside of Günstige Barcelona Fußballtrikots für Kinder, and without that link, they may be finding it harder to sell the project to the top managers in the game given their precarious economy.

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