If not Mou, the Champions League champion coach that Barcelona would want to replace Xavi

FC Barcelona wants to appoint a Champions League winner, who won the competition as a coach a few years ago.

Jose Mourinho points to one of his players as a Roma coach.

If FC Barcelona does not appoint Jose Mourinho this summer, the Catalan club will consider appointing former Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick. The German coach won a treble with Bayern Munich in the 2019/2020 season, and currently, he has no team. His previous coaching job was with the German national team, and former football player Lothar Matthaus gives a hint as to where Flick wanted to go. Matthaus said, "As far as I know, Hansi Flick would not like to return to the Bundesliga. He's looking to manage a club abroad."

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Mundo Deportivo reports that Hansi Flick is still not giving up on his dream of joining FC Barcelona. Flick was even learning Spanish; he would wait for the club despite it becoming increasingly clearer that Xavi's replacement would be Rafael Marquez. Barcelona has reportedly rejected Hansi Flick because of his lack of knowledge about the club and La Liga, but they could consider appointing him since he is not under contract.

Flick's last club as a coach was Bayern Munich, where he coached 86 games from late 2019 to the summer of 2021. He averaged 2.53 points per game. He won the 2020 Champions League, the FIFA Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the German Cup, the German Super Cup, and two Bundesliga titles.

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Hansi Flick won the World Cup with Germany as the assistant coach

In the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Germany went on to win the tournament undefeated throughout. Germany's head coach was Joachim Löw, and his assistant coach was Hansi Flick. Germany won their fourth World Cup trophy after beating Argentina 1-0 in extra time courtesy of a Mario Gotze goal.

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