Although Koeman still seems to have at least one game, Laporta is already looking at possible replacements and now sees Xavi as an option.
FC Barcelona has fired CEO Òscar Grau after his tenure from 2016-2021 (Image credits: FC Barcelona) Joan Laporta has released Òscar Grau from the position of CEO, according to Mundo Deportivo. As the club looks forward to restructuring the board under their new president, Ferran Reverter will be appointed the new CEO replacing Grau, who had been holding the position since 2016 since Joseph Bartomeu’s presidency. Òscar Grau, who was a player in the handball section from 1984-1995, at first managed as the director of FCB Escholes in 2015 before he was appointed the general executive directorial role in 2016 under Bartomeu. At 56 years of age, his contribution towards the clubs’ betterment has been positive & is been appreciated by
FC Barcelona President, Joan Laporta (Image credits: FC Barcelona) There has been a lot of raucous about the European Super League lately. As things stand, the whole project has been put on hold, if not completely eradicated, with only two teams, the founding members, FC Barcelona & Real Madrid persisting to stick with the project. Barça president, Joan Laporta finds the Super League a necessary project but the socios will get to have the last word, he retorted. All the English teams who were a part of this project a few days back have submitted their official statements to withdraw from the group development plans for a European Super League after the backlash received from their respective audiences in the last 72