Barcelona ace Javier Mascherano has revealed that he’ll love to coach after he quits playing football professional.
Mascherano is in his fifth season with the Catalans after joining from Liverpool in 2010, the defender has also played for West Ham, Corinthians and River Plate.
The versatile player who can also play in midfield, is keen on passing what he has learned as a player to other youngsters.
“I would become a coach,” the Argentina vice-captain told Radio Metro. “As a player, things are easier, but it gets more complicated when you go on the other side.
“I want to pass on everything my coaches taught me. In football, things go full circle.”