Following Sarri's Departure From Lazio, Barcelona Named Him As One Of Xavi's Possible Successors

According to reports from Corriere dello Sport, an intriguing rumor has emerged from Spain: Maurizio Sarri, who recently tendered his resignation from Lazio, might be the successor to Xavi at Barcelona, who will say goodbye to the Blaugrana club at the end of the season.

Sarri's name joins a list of potential candidates for Barcelona, alongside Flick and Roberto De Zerbi, who are seen as ideal replacements capable of rejuvenating the vibrant style of play synonymous with Catalonia. These coaches share a common philosophy emphasizing attacking football, possession, and entertainment—a style that Sarri has consistently sought to instill in his teams, albeit without success during his troubled tenure at Lazio this season, plagued by early difficulties indicative of a potentially exhausted cycle.

Nevertheless, Sarri's distinct coaching traits have earned him admiration within the Barcelona community, notably from Pep Guardiola, who lauded his abilities, stating, "I do not doubt that he is one of the best coaches. His teams play well, and in Napoli, he has proven to be a great technical guide. His game lacks nothing to succeed, just a few small details."

The future path of the Tuscan coach remains uncertain, but he is likely to encounter no shortage of opportunities to reignite his career on the touchline.

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