[#Football] Xavi considering coaching next season, praises Lionel Messi

Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi has reiterated his desire to become a coach once his playing career ends while commending previous colleague Lionel Messi as an “ordinary individual” off the field According to ESPN

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Xavi, 37, is right now playing for Al Sadd in the Qatar Stars League, however, has additionally been making the principal strides in getting his coaching badges.

The ex-Spain worldwide’s agreement with Al Sadd, whom he participated in 2015 in the wake of closure his 24-year relationship with Barca, terminates next summer, and the 2010 World Cup victor says he’ll resign and turn into a mentor soon.

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“I’ve had fortunes not to be harmed and I think my profession has come towards its end, there’s been a drop,” he disclosed to Mundo Leo

Xavi considering coaching next season, praises Lionel Messi.

“Qatar permitted me this. Presently I see myself being more worn out, it’s harder to recoup, it will clearly be my last year of being a footballer. I have got my training permit one year from now and being a mentor.”

Xavi stacked acclaim on Messi, the five-time Ballon d’Or victor with whom he won four Champions League titles at the Camp Nou.

He featured the Argentine’s character off the field and his capacity on it.

“Individuals say that Leo has a unique character, extremely intense, solid, however, no. He’s not as troublesome as individuals think. Be that as it may, Lionel Messi is an extremely basic, exceptionally ordinary individual,” Xavi said.

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“He’s equipped for spilling, sorting out the play, passing, influencing an executioner to pass, breaking the lines, taking free-kicks, punishments, shooting from outside the region, he’s an aggregate footballer and has been advancing through his profession.

“Barcelona and Argentina can’t permit 10 minutes of the amusement to go without Messi touching the ball, he needs to come into the play. He must be the place things occur in the play, where the ball goes.”

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