Barcelona have appointed former Player Xavi Hernandez as their new manager of the team following Koeman sack, MySportDab reports.
The Barca Legend will be taking over as soon as possible with Sergi Berjuan already acting as as interim awaiting for the announcement to be made.
Xavi has now returned to top flight football which he will be the boss taking over at Barcelona after Ronald Koeman was sent packing yesterday.
The ex-player was the manager of Al-Saad before terminating his contract to make his return to Barcelona as their manager.
Ronald Koeman had a very bad run of results which came to an end after their 1-0 loss against Rayo Vallecano last night in their laliga game.
The goal was scored by former Manchester United and Chelsea striker Falcao in the 30th minute which saw Barca unable to make a comeback.
The Netherlands International was sent packing immediately with the club making contact with their former player for a possible takeover.
Things have finally played out well as an agreement has been reached between Barcelona and Al-Saad which Xavi Hernandez will be making a return.
Xavi Hernandez is now tasked to turn things around with the club as their new manager which wont be an easy task with their financial problems.
Although they still have so much quality in the team which could help make the job easy as the likes of Memphis Depay and Ansu Fati getting the job done.