Xavi has pushed himself into coaching superstardom after Barcelona’s overwhelming victory against Real Madrid in El Clasico. The Spanish strategist, on the other hand, remains focused on reaching his goals for Barca, not just this season but also next summer.
Barca had multiple chances to score additional goals, but Courtois made several saves to keep his team’s dignity as home fans blew whistles around the Santiago Bernabeu.
Barcelona inflicted a severe loss on Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring a brace in a 4-0 triumph in El Clasico.
While Carlo Ancelotti’s team started well, they went behind just before the half-hour mark as Aubameyang beat Eder Militao to a cross into the box from Ousmane Dembele.
In the January transfer window, Barcelona is luring a slew of outstanding players.
Barça’s head coach has already made plans for the summer transfer window, with Andreas Christensen, Noussair Mazraoui, and Cesar Azpilicueta among the players he wants to sign.
Paulo Dybala might be another fascinating transfer target. According to sources, the Argentine has been unable to reach an agreement with Juventus regarding a new deal, perhaps allowing Barça to sign him on a free transfer this summer.
The Catalans are also looking for a left-back. They’ve had their eye on Jose Gaya for some time, but Xavi is open to other options, with RB Leipzig’s Angelino surfacing as a possible candidate.
Xavi is planning for the future, according to Fabrizio Romano, and is in talks with some of the established stars and top targets for the forthcoming summer transfer window.
On his YouTube channel, the dependable transfer expert said that Xavi is in a top-secret meeting with some of Barcelona’s current and prospective targets, presumably outlining his strategy and how he plans to build the club in the future.
Xavi’s influence and ability to persuade players with his ideas and project, according to Romano, has been crucial in Barcelona getting so many good players.