Besides losing an important amount of money for signings, the reason why firing Xavi wouldn’t be Barca’s best option

Xavi Hernandez getting sacked by FC Barcelona could become a bigger problem than expected for the Catalan club.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Xavi Hernandez scratches his head during a press conference while the FC Barcelona badge is next to him.
Xavi Hernandez scratches his head during a press conference while the FC Barcelona badge is next to him.
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There is uncertainty at the moment at FC Barcelona, and the fans are worried about next season as many reports a couple of days ago suggest that Joan Laporta is angry with the manager Xavi Hernandez over some words in a press conference. The Spanish manager’s future seems to not be at FC Barcelona next season after Xavi recently changed his mind about leaving the club on his own at the end of the season. Xavi earlier this year stated that he would leave the club to help the team move forward, but after great performances in all competitions, the club and the manager changed their mind. If Laporta plans to sack Xavi, it would come at a price. Sport reports from an agreed exit in which Xavi said that the contract year was being forgiven, the dismissal of Xavi and his staff could cost Barça $21.7 million.

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The words that annoyed Joan Laporta were Xavi talking about the financial situation at FC Barcelona not allowing them to be competitive with teams like Real Madrid. Xavi said, “The Barcelona fan must understand that the situation is very difficult, especially economically. We are not here to compete with Real Madrid or with the best in Europe.”

Many sources in Spain are reporting that Xavi will not continue as the manager of FC Barcelona next season. After the 2-0 win against Almeria, Xavi was asked about the rumors that Laporta and Deco were angry at him for the words he said about the club’s financial struggles. Xavi said, “All I said yesterday was that our economic situation was not the best. We’re trying to work, along with the club, to sign players. Starting from that, we’ll try to have hope and win titles next season. The club has not told me anything after my words yesterday. The relationship has not changed. Yesterday, I only said what I think.”

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Xavi’s on his relationship with Laporta today

Today, Xavi spoke ahead of FC Barcelona’s match against Rayo Vallecano tomorrow, and he was once again asked if he is on good terms with Laporta. Xavi said, “The confidence that the president has on us remains intact. We have direct communication and he transmits calmness. The Club gives me peace of mind. We continue with the same excitement.”

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