Xavi is believed to be one of the top candidates to replace Ronald Koeman.
Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi feels he is ready to coach “any team in the world” and his point came amid his links with a return to Barcelona dugout.
Xavi is believed to be one of the top candidates to replace Ronald Koeman who is not performing at his level.
Xavi is currently enjoying a successful stint with Qatari side Al-Sadd. He has refused to rule out the possibility of taking the roles at La Blaugrana after initially rejecting an approach from his former club.
Xavi spoke to reports and said: “Yes, I feel ready to coach any team in the world. When they offered me it, I’d only been a coach for three months, but now it’s different.
“I have more experience and I’m learning a lot here. I want to tell everyone that I’m very happy in Qatar and my idea is to keep achieving success with this team.”
His side Al-Sadd recently defeated Al Rayuan in Qatari Cup on Friday. Xavi was a finest Barca player. He has scored 85 goals and 185 assists from 767 games for Barcelona.
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