Xavi Hernández plans to return to coaching but wants to move to England

After two and a half years as Barcelona’s head coach, Xavi Hernández has resigned from his position as head coach following the end of the Spanish season. The tale of his exit unfolded in phases, but in the end, Hansi Flick took over as the iconic member of the Catalan team.

Xavi repeatedly declared after declaring his exit from Barcelona that he had no intention of coaching again in the upcoming year, though he left open the possibility.

Xavi plans to spend the upcoming year focusing on his family. He is, nevertheless, open to taking on a new coaching role the next season. Although the exact clubs in question are still unknown, Xavi is rumored to be interested in moving to England to oversee a promising project.

Xavi will probably get a lot of offers despite the criticism he received while at Barcelona. He won the Spanish Super Cup and the Spanish championship as the Catalan club’s coach. Together with winning the Qatar Crown Prince Cup, Emir of Qatar Cup, Sheikh Jassim Cup, and Qatar Stars Cup, he also claimed the Qatari league title with Al-Sadd.

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