Xavi Hernandez has reportedly made up his mind to part ways with Barcelona at the end of this season. Three managers who can be the successor of him at Barcelona can be: –
Thomas Tuchel –
At the top of the list is Thomas Tuchel, the current head at Bayern Munich. Known for his tactics and ability to bring out the best in his players, Tuchel has garnered admiration across the footballing world. His success with Bayern Munich has not gone unnoticed, making him a prime candidate for the Barcelona hot seat.
Jurgen Klopp –
Another managerial maestro in the mix is Jurgen Klopp. The German tactician has already announced his decision to leave Liverpool at the end of this season, opening the door for a potential move to Barcelona. Klopp’s high-intensity, gegenpressing style of play has yielded success at both Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool. If appointed, he could inject a fresh burst of energy and enthusiasm into the Catalan side.
Roberto de Zerbi
Roberto de Zerbi, the current manager of Brighton, has quietly been making waves in the managerial scene. Doing an exemplary job with the Premier League club, De Zerbi has demonstrated his ability to bring stability and positive results. His approach to the game could be the missing ingredient that Barcelona needs to maintain their competitive edge in domestic and international competitions.