"I have already considered the renewal of Xavi, even if he does not win the League": Joan Laporta

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The president of the FC Barcelona, ​​Joan Laportaannounced this Tuesday that the contract renovation of the first team coach, Xavi Hernandezwin or not win The league that the blaugrana have faced, and also ensured that the captain Sergio Busquets You will receive a renewal offer for the following season.

In a talk at the Círculo Ecuestre, the head of Barça declared:

I have already considered the renewal of Xavi, even if the League is not won. Xavi insists that if we don't win, no. I want to convey confidence to him, I have already thought about Xavi's renewal because he risked it, he knows the house, defends our genuine style, does not stretch his arm more than his sleeve and does not ask for crazy things. Scoop? I have already considered the renewal of Xavi.

Another of the main news on Tuesday morning was the advance that Sergio Busquetswhose contract ends at the end of the season and already has several offers on the table, you could also receive a renewal offer.

There is no offer yet, but we are considering making a club proposal for him to continue for another year. But you have to value what you have, which are other important offers. I know that Xavi wants Sergio to continue. He tells us that he would like to leave Barça winning, he imagines that we will win this year… And he has offers from abroad.

Regarding the sporting news of the club, he was optimistic with a view to achieving the LaLiga Santander title. “This year we have it quite good because the job has been done well. Xavi is doing well. In the summer we activated the levers and Xavi is a grateful coach, who is doing quite well", he pointed out.

"In the League we have 9 points and The will is to keep that distance until the Classicalwhere the League could be hit. The priority is to win the League, it was already at the beginning of the season. And the Super Cup has been added, which has its value, and in the Cup we are hopeful of being able to go to the final”, acknowledged the Blaugrana president.

(With information from Europe Press)

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