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Xavi Hernández doesn’t want Hirving Lozano for FC Barcelona, he’s after this Mexican

Barcelona are still trying to strengthen the roster for next season.

Lozano will be transferable next season, but he won’t arrive at Barcelona.
Lozano will be transferable next season, but he won’t arrive at Barcelona.

Unless Luciano Spalletti changes his mind before the current season is over, Hirving “Chucky” Lozano will be wearing a different jersey next season, as the Italian coach already decided who is going to be his replacement in the Azzurri.

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The player that will arrive to FC Barcelona instead of Hirving “Chucky” Lozano

Although he’s said in the past that his priority is staying in Napoli, Lozano knows that the only way of boosting his career is to arrive at a bigger club than Napoli, and for a while, that option seemed to be FC Barcelona, who were looking to add a new winger.

But now that they decided to part ways with Adama Traoré at the end of the season and focus on renewing Ousmane Dembélé, Lozano has to look for new options, as he has been linked to several teams in La Liga and Premier League.

But even if his arrival at Camp Nou won’t happen, at least not this season, Xavi Hernández doesn’t close the door to all Mexicans, as he’s negotiating the arrival of another Mexican to Barcelona for the 2022-23 La Liga season.

Who is the Mexican that will arrive at Barcelona?

Xavi Hernández knows that with the current economic situation that Barcelona is going through, the best way of keep improving the roster is through the academy teams, which is why he’s trying to convince Joan Laporta to sign former players as coaches of the academy.

That’s why Rafael Márquez is in conversations to take over one of the academy teams, as he was spotted in Barcelona facilities. The formerMexico International could fulfill of becoming a coach for Barcelona, team where he was most successful.

According to reports, he first started conversations over a year ago, when Joan Laporta became president of Barcelona, but things didn’t transcend. During this time, he has kept preparing, as he knows the next step in his career is to become a coach.

How much will he earn?

His arrival at Barcelona was placed on hold as the Blaugranas were trying to keep Lionel Messi on the team, as he was asking for $70 million per year to stay. Now that he’s gone and that Barcelona has found economic stability, Márquez could arrive at last. According to reports, although with a modest salary, as the academy coaches earn from $1,000 up to $3,000 monthly.

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