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Xavi In Negotiations For 'Spectacular' Return To Barcelona

Al-Sadd supervisor Xavi Hernandez said a re-visitation of Barcelona would be "dynamite and invigorating" as he affirmed on Wednesday that he is in dealings to turn into his previous club's new mentor. 

Barcelona authorities Rafa Yuste and Mateu Alemany ventured out to Doha on Tuesday to attempt to arrange Xavi's delivery from the Qatari club and met with the previous midfielder's representatives on Wednesday. 

Barca are hoping to supplant Dutchman Ronald Koeman who was sacked last week following a helpless beginning to the mission. 

"The clubs are talking. Can't say a lot however I'm a positive individual. It's with regards to normal sense. They need to agree. That is the issue," Xavi told correspondents after his group's 3-3 draw with Al-Duhail in the Qatari association on Wednesday. 

"I have been conversing with Barca for quite a long time, everything's set. The clubs know my position and I trust it gets settled soon. 

"I wish I return home. Returning to Barcelona would be terrific and energizing," Xavi said prior to adding that he was going out for supper with Al-Sadd and Barcelona authorities. 

Prior on Wednesday, Al-Sadd seemed reluctant to allow their director to leave. 

"We invite the visit of the regulatory assignment from Barcelona, and we appreciate and regard this," the Qatari club's CEO Turki Al-Ali said in an online media articulation on Al-Sadd's true Twitter account. 

"The club's position is obvious all along - we are focused on keeping our mentor Xavi with us and we can't have him leave at this touchy season of the period." 

Spanish media announced that Xavi, who partook in a famous lifetime with Barcelona from 1998-2015, has a delivery provision of 10 million euros ($11.6 million). 

Barcelona fired Koeman after a bleak beginning to the season. The club, who are 10th in LaLiga, are as of now under the direction of guardian mentor Sergi Barjuan.

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