Following the sack of Ronald Koeman on Wednesday night after the defeat to Ray Vallecano, Barcelona has reached a verbal agreement with their former midfielder to take charge of the club.
The Blaugrana boards held an emergency meeting to find the right man for the job and news emerging from the meeting has Xavi Hernandez as the favourite to become the next Barcelona manager.
While Xavi Hernandez has been doing very well in his first managerial job at Al-Sadd in Qatar, winning five titles since taking over in 2019, the 2010 world cup winner has always fancy a return to Camp Nou as a manager.
The sacking of Koeman has now presented the perfect opportunity for the Ex-midfielder to make the much awaited comeback and According to SPORT, the Board are making all arrangement to announce Xavi as the new manager as early as today
Barcelona has named their Team B manager Sergi Barjuan to be in the helms of affairs until the official announcement of the 41-year-old which might not happen until November 6.