Xavi has been cutting his managing teeth with Al-Sadd since 2019. The only club that the former midfielder represented except Barca before hanging shoes.

It’s a matter of time before Xavi will be the Manager of Barca

Barcelona ex-striker Bojan Krkic believes that it’s only a matter of time before his old team-mate Xavi will be the head coach of the club. Declaring his belief that the Blaugrana are “destined” to greet the Catalan legend back to Camp Nou. Xavi has been cutting his managing teeth with Al-Sadd since 2019. The only club that the former midfielder represented except Barca before hanging shoes. The Qatar Cup and Qatar Super Cup titles have been taken off during this time, and many feel that they will soon be on the cards. Indeed, Xavi was voiced by the Barca hierarchy after the dismissal of Ernesto Valverde. But the 40-year-old man refused the opportunity, and the position eventually passed to Quique Setien.

He knows this club as his own family

Despite this refusal, Krkic, who now trades with the Major League Soccer outfit Montreal Impact. He believes that fate will soon see how the legend reunited with his former club. “Xavi is a person who, sooner or later, must be part of the club,” Bojan said to reporters. “I like it when people who come through the club end up in Barça, and Xavi is one of them.” Few are better than him, because he knows the place, knows the dressing room – few people can experience it like him. I think that both Barcelona and Xavi are designed for each other. “From lining up with Ronaldinho at Barcelona, ​​Francesco Totti at Roma spells in the Premier League and Eredivisie, Bojan saw his fair share of stars his boss at the Impact is a former Barca team-mate and Arsenal legend Thierry Henry.

However, one person Bojan is likely to be asked above any other. It is the current captain of Camp Nou Lionel Messi, who continues to break records and win titles at the age of 32. “This is something everyone admires,” Bojan said of the Argentine’s enduring desire to speak at the highest level. “I don’t like comparisons in the world of football, but there are regular players, and there are players at the highest level, and Messi is one of them.” The difference is how many years he has been competing at this level. Getting to the top is not as painful as staying there – especially at Leo’s level. The expectations that it generates every day are almost inhumane. Very few can do what Messi does.”