Xavi Hernandez is set to complete his move to Barcelona as he finally departs his role as the head coach of Qatari side, Al-Sadd.
The former Spain international has been linked with a move to Barcelona ever since Ronald Koeman was shown the exit door.
Barcelona finally agreed a fee with Al-Sadd on Friday afternoon and Xavi is set to be announced as the Spanish giant new manager.
Xavi has now met with Al-Sadd players and staff for the final time as he tends to begin a new adventure in his career.
It was an emotional moment for the young coach who has won five trophies with Al-Sadd.
Xavi is one of the most decorated players in Barca’s history, having won 25 trophies at Camp Nou between 1997 and 2015 including eight Liga titles and the Champions League.
The Spaniard made 767 appearances for the club, a record bettered only by Lionel Messi, and also contributed 85 goals and 185 assists.