Could Xavi be Barcelona manager under Laporta?

Under Joan Laporta Xavi Hernández could be FC Barcelona manager according to German newspaper Kicker. It makes sense too as Laporta used Pep Guardiola when he was in charge of the club and we all know how that turned out, don’t we? More on Laporta and Xavi

Barca legend Xavi Hernandez joins Al Arabi claims Petrescu

Barça legend Xavi Hernandez has joined Al Arabi claims coach Dan Petrescu. The former Romanian international made his comments live on Romanian channel Digisports, just hours after a reported meeting took place between Xavi’s agent and president Bartomeu. More on Xavi Hernández

Barcelona must steal the limelight from Atlético says Xavi

Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernández believes his side “must steal the limelight” against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday night if they are to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League for the seventh season in a row. More on this story

Xavi loves English football but sees move to EPL impossible

Xavi Hernández has expressed his thoughts about leaving the club to the Sun newspaper. The midfield maestro admitted that he loves the English game and culture but couldn’t move aay from Barcelona because of his love for the club. More on Xavi

Xavi Hernandez not going anywhere

FC Barcelona’s midfield general Xavi Hernández has quashed claims that he may be tempted to a move across the pond to MLS outfit New York Red Bulls. The 34 year midfielder has stated on the club’s official website that he wants to hang up his boots at Barça and not in New York or Qatar as some reports have suggested. More on Xavi Hernández

Manchester City wants Barça’s Xavi Hernandez for MLS team

New York City, the newest MLS franchise that will start playing from 2015, wants to bring in big stars from the world of football in order to have a competition that’s as interesting as possible. Xavi Hernández is at the centre of the project which has a budget of around 300 million euros invested in it. More on Xavi Hernandez

“I don’t know if I’ll end my career at Barça” says Xavi Hernandez

Barca midfielder Xavi Hernandez says that he doesn’t know if he will end his career at the Catalan giants. Xavi was talking to “Panenka” magazine and admits he’d love to hang up his boots at Barca but doesn’t know if it would be possible as it’s a hard thing to do at the club. more on Xavi Hernandez

There is negativity in the air which doesn’t help affirms Xavi Hernández

Barca midfielder Xavi Hernández believes there is an air of negativity surrounding the club which is not helping them one bit. Xavi was speaking on Catalunya Radio and stressed that the club should change its mindset. He pointed out that the club should start to see the glass half full rather than half empty. More on Xavi’s words on Catalunya Radio