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Barcelona: Luis Enrique steps down in the summer

After months of speculations, it is now official, that Luis Enrique will leave Barcelona at the end of the current season.

Enrique found himself in hot water after the Catalans’ shock 4-0 defeat to PSG in the Champions League in February. The result leaves them with very little chance of going through to the next stage. Based on their current form, and their display in Paris, they have a mountain to climb. It does not improve the whole picture, that yesterday they demolished Sporting Gijon in La Liga.

Barcelona currently sit at the top of the table, having a one-point advantage over arch-rivals Real Madrid. However the Blancos played one less match than the Catalans.

As their hopes of winning the Champions League is very slim, La Liga is their only hope of winning a major trophy this season. Altough they will face Alaves in the Copa Del Rey final, winning the league would be arguably the bigger achivement.

Luis Enrique told reporters:

“I would like to thank the club for all the trust I have received. These have been three unforgettable years,”

“I’m not forgetting there are still three incredible months to go,”

“I think we can turn [the tie] around and if the stars are in our favour we can go through. Maximum effort and nothing more.”

“The moment to say goodbye as the club deserves will come.”

Enrique, who played for the club during his playing career, joined the Catalans in the summer of 2014. In his first season at Barcelona, the team won the treble by winning the La Liga, Champions League and Copa del Rey titles. In the second, he ”only” completed the double with the league and the cup. As already mentioned before, Enrique still has the chance for the double yet again.

It will be an interesting question who will follow him in the seat, with several names being mentioned in recent months.
The list includes Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, Everton manager Ronald Koeman and even Arsene Wenger.