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Barcelona Part Ways with Xavi Hernandez After Disappointing Season

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Barcelona has terminated the contract of their LALIGA-winning manager, Xavi Hernandez, following a disappointing season. The club is now poised to announce German treble-winner Hansi Flick as his replacement.

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Barca Sack Xavi

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The Blaugrana announced today through official channels the departure of manager Xavi. The club expressed gratitude for his service and wished him success in his future endeavors.

Xavi’s dismissal had been brewing for weeks, with reports of a rift between the former midfielder and the club’s leadership. President Laporta reportedly grew dissatisfied with Xavi after his candid remarks about the club’s finances in a press conference.

Confirming previous speculations, the club’s official statement came this afternoon, confirming Xavi’s departure.

Initially, Xavi had announced his resignation, but the club persuaded him to stay for the remainder of the season. However, there has been a remarkable U-turn from the Blaugrana leadership.

According to Pulse Sports, Barcelona will have to pay Xavi a severance package of around €20 million, a fee that would not have been necessary had he resigned as originally planned.

Hansi Flick Set to Replace Him

Barcelona stated in the official announcement that they would provide details on the new first-team structure in the coming days. However, reports suggest that the club has already reached a verbal agreement with former Bayern Munich and German national team manager Hansi Flick to take over.

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