Days after his dismissal, a major club enters into negotiations with Xavi!

British media reported that Chelsea had entered into negotiations with sacked Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez to coach the English club next season.

On Friday, the Catalan club announced the dismissal of Xavi from his position at the end of the season, following disagreements between him and President Joan Laporta related to the coach’s statements in which he considered that Barca was unable to compete with the greats of Europe.

Over the last week, Chelsea has been searching for a new coach after the sudden decision to dismiss Mauricio Pochettino, and the names of several young coaches were put forward, led by Kieran McKenna, who promoted to Ipswich Town.

According to recent news, a meeting will bring together Chelsea officials and Xavi in ​​the next few hours to discuss the possibility of him taking over as coach of the Blues.

The Chelsea administration is looking for a young coach who plays modern football and has good experience and tangible achievements, which is in line with Xavi’s career, especially since the Spanish coach has developed many young players in Barcelona over the past two years.

But Xavi’s position on working again immediately after leaving Barcelona remains unknown. Last January, he said that he would need a year of rest and then return again to the world of training.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are not listing Xavi as first choice, but rather part of a list of potential managers that also includes Leicester City boss Enzo Maresca and Brentford boss Thomas Frank.