Ex Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez is very nearly getting back to the Nou Camp, however this time as a manager after the firing of Ronald Koeman.
In spite of the fact that there are no authority explanations from the club, a few reports guarantee that Xavi has been reached to take up the managerial job at Nou Camp.
Ronald Koeman was shown the exit door as Barcelona supervisor following helpless series of results this season after they experienced one more humiliating loss to Rayo Vallecano in their week 11 La Liga game, losing 1-0.
Barcelona lost their fourth game in six matches in all rivalries and the club accept the time has come to let Koeman free.
Ronald Koeman went through 14 months at Barcelona and could just win the Copa del Rey last season just as finishing 3rd on the league table.
Xavi who stays a clique saint with the Blaugrana is at present overseeing Qatari side Al-Sadd and has been noteworthy.
Most recent reports has it that Xavi has effectively agreed with his previous side. They are presently dealing with the end of his agreement at Al-Sadd, something which would cost the Spanish club around £840,000.