Xavi Hernández’s future with Barcelona will depend on Deco’s report

Speculation about the future of coach Xavi Hernández continues to increase with the end of the season just around the corner.

Despite beating Rayo Vallecano, Xavi’s past statements and his treatment of certain players have not yet earned him a total exoneration from the board.

Xavi’s future is in the hands of Deco

While the 44-year-old’s reflection on Barcelona’s financial crisis seemed to have primarily bothered Joan Laporta, the president has now taken a backseat and left the situation in the hands of sporting director Deco.

In fact, according to the reliable Javi Miguel Xavi, Xavi’s future will now depend on a report from Deco.

Basically, Laporta blames Deco for making the decision on Xavi’s dismissal this summer.

Recent reports have claimed that Xavi’s future is still undecided and therefore the decision could go either way depending on how Deco perceives the situation.

With Barcelona’s final game of the season pending against Sevilla at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, it is likely that a decision will be made once the match is played.

Deco prefers Márquez

In fact, it has been said that sporting director Deco only believes in one of Xavi or Rafa Márquez as coach, and is opposed to the idea of ​​looking outside the club for a foreign candidate.

Furthermore, Deco believes that, in light of the club’s financial difficulties, Márquez offers the most reliable promise of any option on the current market. He will rely on young people and is aware of the internal workings of the club due to his status as reserve team coach.

Given that Márquez has the consensus of the sporting director, Xavi faces a high probability of being fired.

However, time will tell how the situation evolves and if there is another twist in the story of Barcelona’s managerial merry-go-round.