The Spaniard has listed Manchester City, United, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal as dream future destinations as his coaching career progresses
It seems pretty standard that any former Barcelona great will be linked with the Nou Camp hot seat as they embark on their managerial careers. The thing is, only one can take that job at any given time so obviously they need to consider other options.
Xavi is currently managing Al-Sadd in Qatar, but he openly spoke about his desire to return to Barcelona in an interview with Sky Sports, but he also sounds like he might be open to a job in the Premier League too.
Xavi said: “I don’t hide it, my goal is to return to Europe and return to Barca, it is my challenge ahead, but I’m still learning in this project and I’m also enjoying it.”