Xavi wants Chelsea target and Premier League ace as first two Barcelona signings
The approaching manager is as of now devising plans for the January window
Under-tension manager Koeman was at long last assuaged of his obligations on Wednesday night after another baffling presentation, this time losing 1-0 against Rayo Vallecano on account of a single goal from the evergreen Radamel Falcao.
The loss left Barca in 10th spot in the Liga table after 10 games, with the Catalan side currently six points uncontrolled of league leaders Real Madrid.
Koeman has overseen Barcelona once and for all
As per inescapable reports in Spain, Xavi is Barcelona’s top pick to succeed Koeman and has as of now been extended to the employment opportunity.
The 41-year-old had been in touch with president Joan Laporta before Koeman’s excusal as the Catalan monsters weighed up their choices and Barca will presently trigger a delivery provision in his agreement with current club Al Sadd.
There is still some administrative work to finish and Xavi’s re-visitation of Camp Nou may not be made official until Friday, yet the former midfielder is now pondering how he can work on the team.
Top of his plan, as indicated by Spanish journalist Gerard Romero, is a re-visitation of the 4-3-3 framework that was utilized to such incredible achievement when Xavi was a player at the club under Pep Guardiola.
Barca have recently been connected with a January credit move for the winger, however City are probably not going to acknowledge that, while the player himself has opened the way to a move and recommended he would be quick to test himself outside the Premier League.
On the contrary flank, Xavi has full trust in Ousmane Dembele and is wanting to secure the Frenchman to another agreement, with his present arrangement lapsing the next summer.
Jules Kounde and Sterling are the two players Xavi needs
Barcelona have additionally been cursed by some ghastly shows at the back and Xavi has reserved Sevilla defender and long-term Chelsea target Jules Kounde as the answer for the club’s cautious hardships.
The 22-year-old verged on joining the Blues over the summer, however their offers missed the mark concerning Sevilla’s valuation, and Chelsea are relied upon to recharge their endeavors to sign the Frenchman in January.
They may now have rivalry from Barcelona, however it stays not yet clear what level of money power the Catalan club really have with the side battling monetarily, while they were to a great extent limited to deals and free transfers in the mid year window recently gone.