Former Brighton and Watford manager Oscar Garcia is being considered for the the soon-to-be vacant job at Barcelona, according to Spanish outlet Sport.
The former midfielder appeared for the Catalan side during his playing days, and is thought to have the ‘Barcelona DNA’ that the club is looking for to replace Luis Enrique.
The former Barca midfielder is currently in charge of Red Bull Salzburg but it’s thought he might be a popular choice with the squad as he is young and has strong links with the club.
Prior to taking over at Red Bull Salzburg, Garcia spent time in England managing Brighton whom he took to the Championship play-off semi-finals and then Watford.
His time at the Hornets was short-lived however, lasting just 27 days, with Garcia stepping down due to medical advice after suffering chest pain.
After a brief spell out of the game he took over at Red Bull Salzburg in 2015 securing a league and cup double in his first season in charge.