Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez has mentioned the five clubs that he wants to manage in the Premier League.
The Barcelona mentioned those five clubs in a chat with popular English media channel Sky Sports.
Xavi Hernandez ended his football career last year and he’s currently the manager of Qatari club Al Sadd.
He has guided Al Sadd up to third place in the league table in the top flight of Qatari football.
Xavi Hernandez has masterminded six victories from the last seven games at Al Sadd.
He told Sky Sports that he would like to manage top Premier League teams like Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
Xavi Hernandez has been linked with the Barcelona managerial job in the last few days with Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde under serious pressure.
Valverde came in for severe criticism after Barcelona lost their second league game of the season via the 2-0 loss at Osasuna on Saturday.
The pressure on him eased a bit after the largely unconvincing 2-1 win over Villarreal at the Nou Camp on Tuesday night.
It was a week five clash in the Spanish La Liga.
Antoine Griezmann and Arthur Melo got the goals for Barcelona, while the lone Villarreal goal was scored by former Arsenal playmaker Santi Cazorla.