Barcelona, one of the biggest clubs in the world now has experienced major setbacks recently as a result of the abscence of a good coach. The club then sacked their legend, Ronald Koeman for his failure to perform. On that note, the club has appointed the former Barcelona captain and midfielder, Xavi Hernandez from Al-Sadd to takeover.
Xavi played for the Spanish national team and won the World Cup with them. At Al-Sadd, just months after taking over he managed to win for the club the league cup. This outstanding performance has contributed to his appointment at Barcelona. Just a day after, he has made a request for winger at the club following Dembele’s recent injury.
And it seems Kingsley Coman is the right player for him. To that regard he’s made a request for the club to sign the Frenchman for him before his arrival. Kingsley Coman currently plays in the Bundespiga for Bayern Munich. He is a French player. He’s twenty five years old and has already achieved more and still achieving.
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