Xavi Hernandez, the manager of Barcelona, has said that he will step down from his job if he is unable to help the squad improve.
The Catalans were on the verge of being kicked out of the Champions League on Wednesday after making substantial summer purchases.
The Catalan giant has also been under fire this week in front of the Clasico on Sunday, October 16, 2022, following a dismal stalemate against Inter Milan.
In a press conference prior to Sunday’s El Clasico, the Spanish manager remarked, “I know there’s a lot of pressure, a lot of criticism, but this is Barca.
I will not stop working and trying. The day that I’m not sure (of myself), I will leave. I will not be a problem for Barcelona, the day I see I am not a solution.”
We should recall that with a stunning 4-0 victory in the final El-Clasico of the season, Barcelona snapped a five-game losing streak to Real Madrid.
During his interview with journalists, Xavi insisted that it is too soon to evaluate his team in light of the new additions made this summer and that he believes they were moving in the right direction.
It’s a vital game for us, and for Madrid too, let’s see who comes out of it as leaders,” he said.
“I think (our) project is under construction. The debacle in Europe is sad, but we are on a good path. We are having a splendid season in La Liga.
“We have made good signings, it’s too soon to draw conclusions. We have to keep working. I don’t know any other path towards success.” he said
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