Xavi doesn’t define his future at FC Barcelona, meanwhile this is what Pep Guardiola said about his

Pep Guardiola gives a hint of what his future looks like while Xavi is uncertain about his

By Emmanuel Mendez

Xavi Hernandez looks serious while Pep Guardiola celebrates, an FC Barcelona badge is next to Xavi.
Xavi Hernandez looks serious while Pep Guardiola celebrates, an FC Barcelona badge is next to Xavi.
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Xavi Hernandez’s future at FC Barcelona is once again uncertain after reports suggested that FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta is very angry with the Spanish manager for comments on the club’s financial situation. While that becomes a mystery, Pep Guardiola’s future at Manchester City looks to be more clear, and it isn’t good news for City fans. Manchester City have won the league for the 4th consecutive time today after beating West Ham United 3-1. After the game, Guardiola said, “The reality is I’m closer to leaving than staying. We have talked with the club and my feeling is that I want to stay now. I will stay next season. But during the season, we will talk. Eight or nine years… we will see.” His Manchester City contract expires in June 2025.

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This is the sixth Premier League title that Pep Guardiola has won coaching Manchester City, and he admitted that it was a difficult task. Guardiola said, “If the people tell me, ‘In the next seven years you are going to win six Premier League’s’, I would say you are insane. This is not going to happen... it happened! In terms of numbers, nobody is better [than Man City]. We have done something unbelievable. Six Premier League’s in seven years. Modern football, the team surprises me, the organisation surprises me.”

Guardiola also paid respect to Jurgen Klopp, who has left Liverpool and the Premier League. Klopp praised Guardiola as a great manager, but Pep returned the favor and gave him some prizes. Guardiola said, “I’ll miss him [Klopp] a lot. An important part of my life. He pushed me to another level... I want to say thank you for his words. He’s been a huge competitor and many times I couldn’t discover how I could punish them.”

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Xavi’s new words on his future and Joan Laporta

After FC Barcelona defeated Rayo Vallecano 3-0, Xavi responded to more questions in regard to reports suggesting Laporta is angry with him and will sack him before next season. Xavi said, “I think I have to speak with Laporta, but I’m calm. Deco and Rafa Yuste have given me confidence, too. No one has said anything to me. The president is always honest, and he will show that when we speak.”

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