Gerard Pique tipped to be Barcelona president after retirement by La Liga boss Tebas

A few days after Barcelona legend Gerard Pique announced his retirement, La Liga boss Javier Tebas tipped the Spaniard that he might one day become the club’s president. Piqué has been one of the Catalan giants’ most important players, having won four UEFA Champions League titles, eight La Liga trophies and six Copa del Rey titles, among many other trophies during his 14 years at Camp Nou. .

Tebas points to Gerard Piqué as president of Barcelona
Speaking about Gerard Piqué’s chances of becoming Barcelona president one day, LaLiga president Javier Tebas told COPE: “I have no doubt. He has three qualities to become Barcelona president. He has been in the club for 25 years. He knows the world of football as a player, and he knows the football and sports industry as an entrepreneur.”

“He knows that they are very different facets. He has had experience in making decisions as a businessman, with his successes and his failures, and he can become a great president of Barcelona. I think he can. I think he has the ability to do it. “, Tebas added. The declarations of the president of LaLiga take place after Piqué did not hide in the video of his withdrawal his desire to return to the Camp Nou in the future.”

For his part, Piqué is the founder and president of Kosmos, a company that is actively involved in the fields of sports and entertainment. The 35-year-old’s company helps organize the Davis Cup tennis tournament and also owns FC Andorra, a club currently in the second division of Spanish football.

Gerard Piqué hopes to return to Barcelona
While giving an emotional speech to the Camp Nou crowd after his farewell match against Almería, Gerard Piqué said: “A relationship of so much love, so much passion, I think it was time to give each other space, give each other air, and I am convinced that in the future I will be here again. This is not a farewell. I left years ago and then came back. Here I was born and here I will die”.

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