Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi has once again made it clear that it’s his dream to return to the Camp Nou and manage the Catalan giants at some point in his career.

Speaking to 20 minutes, Xavi said he’s “open to all possibilites” after rumors emerged he could replace Ronald Koeman and has now talked again about the possibility of coming home.

“My idea is to coach Barcelona,” he said. “I have never hidden it, it is my goal and my dream. I don’t know if it will happen or not, if they will need me or not, but at the moment I am happy to be in Al-Sadd and very proud of it.

“If an offer comes in, it will be evaluated and then we will try to decide, but at the moment I am very happy here.” He said.

The 41-year-old former Al Sadd player was among the favourites for the job before Koeman was hired as head coach in August last year and has been the name on everyone’s lips as the Catalans have struggled this season.

Xavi made 505 appearances for Barca as a player from 1998 before leaving for Al Sadd as a player in 2015.

Barcelona are seventh in La Liga, five points adrift of leaders Real Sociedad.