During his time at Camp Nou, the former Spanish international Xavi already made his name as one of the legends of Barcelona. He played more than 500 top-flight matches in his career spanning over 17 years with the Catalan jersey. However, he played the last four years of his footballing career at Al Sadd which he is currently managing.
Former Cameroonian ace, Samuel Eto’o, recently expressed his wish to see Xavi at Camp Nou again during the time Lionel Messi is still playing for the club. He also expressed that Lionel Messi is the true ‘God of Football’ and there is no one in comparison with him. The former star also said that he is in talking terms with Xavi and told him many times to move back to Barcelona.
Samuel Eto’o believes Xavi should rejoin Barcelona while Lionel Messi is still playing at Camp Nou
While talking about the possible return to Xavi at Camp Nou, the former Cameroonian legend expressed his opinion at Cataluyna Radio. He said, “I’ve told Xavi that whatever happens, he has to go back to Barca – and I told him that he has to do it while the God of Football is still there.”
He said, “He played with him, and that will make it easier for him than for another.” The star then also expressed his opinion about the current striker Suarez and said, “I love Suarez. He’s making an incredible story with Barcelona.” He then further added, “We’re both lucky to have played for such a club.”
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Samuel Eto’o also expressed his opinion about Suarez and said, “Luis is always Luis, he is one of the best players in the world in his position. It is obvious that Barca has to reinforce themselves, but it is not necessary to take away the stripes of a general. Luis is a general, he is a captain, and he cannot be demoted.”
He then talked about the current playing as well as coaching squad of Barcelona and said, “Lautaro is doing very well, but people have a tendency to forget recent history. Luis has written the history of Barca and of football. We must admit it. That does not mean that new players should be excluded, but you can’t forget the greats.”