Barcelona's concern at the moment is how to get a better manager who can help the team regain its position in European football. In fact, this is one of the reasons the club haven't sacked Ronald Koeman yet.
The Spanish club have contacted some managers who have reportedly turned down the chance to manage the club at this moment. Nevertheless, there are three managers who have agreed to take the role if they are approached by the club's board. This is according to a report from Barca Universal.
The first manager, as expected, is Xavi Hernandez who is currently handling Al Saad in Qatar. There were reports that Barcelona president Joan Laporta is not really convinced that Xavi has enough coaching experience to manage a team like Barcelona. But it is said that Xavi would be willing to take the job if called upon.
Roberto Martinez is the second manager who has agreed to take over from Ronald Koeman. The Belgium head coach is ready to be Barcelona's next manager if the club are serious about giving him the job.
The third candidate is Andrea Pirlo. It is reported that the former Juventus manager will not hesitate to accept the Barcelona job if he is presented with the offer. However, just like Xavi, Pirlo's experience as a coach is still being debated.
These are the three options that Barcelona can easily turn to as they are all ready to manage the team. Who among them should the club appoint if Koeman is sacked?
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