Barcelona icon Xavi lists the Premier League teams he would like to lead, but leaves Liverpool out of the picture
‘I’d pick a big team’: Barcelona icon Xavi names the Premier League teams he’d like to lead … but disregard champions Liverpool
- Xavi has named the Premier League teams he would one day want to lead
- The Spanish World Cup winner is the current manager of Al Sadd from Qatar
- The former Barcelona star has only left out Premier League champions Liverpool
- Xavi has also been very complimentary of his former Barca coach Pep Guardiola
Xavi has mentioned the Premier League teams he would like to lead one day, but did not mention Liverpool.
The Spanish winner of the World Cup is the current boss of Al Sadd from Qatar and has been linked to the takeover of Barcelona.
But when asked if he would want to lead a Premier League team, he only left out Premier League champions Liverpool.
Xavi has named the Premier League teams he would like to lead but missed Liverpool
The ex-midfielder said Sky Sports: ‘If I had to choose, I would of course choose a big team, City of United, Chelsea, Arsenal or Tottenham.
‘Also, [Jurgen] To knock [Mauricio] Pochettino and Unai Emery, many people who have gone there do an extraordinary job. ‘
Xavi has also been very complimentary of his former coach and Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
He said: ‘Pep Guardiola is the best coach in the world and I am a novice.
Xavi has also been complimentary of his former coach and Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola
‘The comparison was made as a player, but now we cannot be compared. I am in love with Pep Guardiola’s football.
‘You can play football in different ways, but I like the one from City and Guardiola the most. I follow the Premier League a lot and I like it. ‘
Xavi is the player almost all Barcelona supporters want, but he has already said he will not return under the current regime.
Xavi praised the work Jurgen Klopp has done at Liverpool since he was hired in 2015