Spanish football club, Barcelona have sacked Ronald Koeman as their head coach.
He was sacked following Wednesday's defeat at Rayo Vallecano, while Goal can confirm the role has now been offered to club legend Xavi.
A loss to Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday was the final straw for the Dutchman, who was dismissed just hours after the game
The loss left Barcelona in ninth place in the La Liga table, having won just four of their opening 10 league games.
The Blaugrana have also struggled in the Champions League this term, which led to Koeman's ouster after just over a season in charge.
"FC Barcelona has dismissed Ronald Koeman tonight as coach of the first team," a statement released by the club said. "Club president Joan Laporta informed him of the decision after the defeat against Rayo Vallecano.
"Ronald Koeman will say goodbye to the squad this Thursday at the Ciudad Deportiva.
"FC Barcelona wishes to thank him for his service to the club and wishes him all the best in his professional career."
Barca could soon have a replacement for Koeman as Goal can confirm that longtime midfielder and current Al Sadd head coach Xavi has been offered the job.
Xavi has an exit clause with the Qatar side but it is understood that he wants to move to Barcelona, who are prepared to pay the fee needed to secure the 41-year-old.