I don’t know what will happen, the two clubs are in talks and we will see how it pans out. I am positive.
I hope there’s a solution,” Xavi told TV3 after Al Sadd’s match against Al Duhail.
“I’m very excited and eager, the two clubs need to reach an agreement.
I’ve been talking to Barcelona for days, everything is ready, but now it depends on the conversations between clubs. I hope it can be done.”
Meanwhile, Barca have sent a delegation to Qatar to negotiate the arrival of Al Sadd.
The Qatari team have said that they want to keep the coach.
According to Catalunya Radio, the Catalans are optimistic they will manage to get the coach.
They hope to close the agreement in two days at most and could even pay the €5m release clause if needed