Spaniard Xavi Hernandez’s contract expires at the end of June of this year, raising doubts about whether or not he will continue during the last period with Al-Sadd club.
The dam is heading to end his relationship with Xavi
The Qatari “Al-Kass” channels clarified today, Monday, that Xavi, the Dam’s technical director, is close to leaving Al-Sadd at the end of his contract in June, to end a wonderful march full of achievements.
The Qatari channels indicated that the management of the Al Sadd Club has not opened a line of negotiations with Xavi so far in order to extend his contract for a new period in order to continue with the strong team that he founded.
Is Xavi back to Barcelona?
Several reports during the past months before Koeman took over Barcelona have linked Chafee’s approach to assuming the position of coach of the Blaugrana after what he achieved with the Qatari dam and his technical development.
Barcelona signed Koeman last August, but the Blaugrana still suffers in many cases during the competition for the league title, in addition to being out of the Champions League during the current edition.
Do we see, in the coming period, the return of Xavi to Barcelona in the position of the technical staff of his team, which achieved tournaments with him while he was a player?
His tournaments with Al-Sadd
Al-Sadd, accompanied by Xavi, achieved two tournaments, namely the Qatar Stars League and the Qatar Cup during the current football season, in the midst of the team’s distinguished performance.
While he was a player with Al-Sadd, Xavi also achieved two championships, the Qatar Stars League and the Qatar Cup, under the leadership of Portugal’s Jesualdo Ferreira, the former coach of the team.
A great history of Xavi with Barcelona
Xavi was with Barcelona in the first team from 1998 until 2015 and he left, joined the Qatari Al-Sadd, where he achieved many tournaments with the Blaugrana shirt.
Xavi has achieved with Barcelona 8 Spanish League championships, 4 Champions League championships, 3 Spanish King’s Cup, 8 Spanish Super Cup championships, two European Super Cup championships and two Club World Cup championships.