Luis Enrique: Xavi Should Stay in Barcelona

Luis Enrique, the current manager of Barcelona wants Xavi in the next season in Barcelona tent. In a press meet, Luis Enrique has said Xavi is an extraordinary player and he has changed the whole environment of Barcelona and that is the main reason, why he needs Xavi in this team.

Xavi can make his own decision after this summer. Although, this 35 years old Spanish player has not made any decision to leave Barca and join other club, but he wants a different experience. Just because of this reason, Xavi can leave Barcelona to player other league. Xavi has been playing at Barcelona for years now and he loves this club than anything else.

Luis Enrique: Xavi Should Stay in Barcelona

The current coach of Barcelona, Luis Enrique asked Xavi about the last match against Almeria, which they won with 4-0 and as a reply, Xavi said that he knows how important it is to play for Barcelona for him. According to the coach, he wants a distinct experience and he will something that is good for Barcelona.

After the match against Almeria, coach, Luis Enrique has said to the press that,

I want him to stay and help us, but I also understand him. Xavi has the respect, the affection and the acceptance of the entire Camp Nou – and any admirer of football.

Current Form and Standing of Xavi for Barcelona

This Spanish midfielder is a significant asset of Barca. Although, he doesn’t score a lot, yet, he is the man, who always help strikers to score the winning goal. In Spanish Primera Division 2014/15 season, he has scored only 1 goal against Eiber but still he is a trustworthy midfielder. With the help of his assistance, other players have scored 8 goals in this 2014/15 season.

This midfielder cannot be finished and we have seen how he played at Camp Nou. This is probably another reason why Luis Enrique is willing to keep him in Barcelona.

Possible Transfer News of Xavi

If the rumour is right, then we will see this 35-years old midfielder at Al-Sadd in Qatar. However, that is just a rumour, as of now. Al-Sadd is the club, where Raul spent three years (2012-2014).