Gerard Piqué president of Barça? It's validated


By: Manu Tournoux

Gerard Pique has been tipped to run for the presidency of FC Barcelona in the future, and it's something that certainly interests the club legend, who currently owns FC Andorra.

Speaking to Sky Sports in the UK (via Sport), Piqué revealed that he is open to the idea of ​​taking the job in the future, although he has no plans to do so anytime soon due to his commitments with the Kings League.

“I have been a Barcelona fan since my childhood and I go to Camp Nou every Sunday. If I can help in any way, I want to do it. It's something I feel deep within me. I don't think now is the time. I'm focusing on the Kings League, which is booming. »

Pique is ready

“You never know in the future, but maybe it’s an option.” I don't like closing doors. Being president of Barcelona is a big responsibility, but it could have a big impact on the club if I decide to give it a try at some point. In the future I may explore this possibility, but not now.”

The first opportunity for Piqué to run for the presidency of FC Barcelona will arise in 2026, when Joan Laporta's mandate comes to an end. It would certainly be greatly appreciated by current members.

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