Celta Vigo Coach Luis Enrique says he feels capable of coaching any team in world football.
The tactician is widely expected to be named as the new Barcelona boss, following weeks of intense media speculation and the confirmation yesterday that Tata Martino is leaving Camp Nou.
Speaking at a Press conference after his current team’s 2-1 loss to Valencia, the former player refused to comment on the Barca vacancy and instead congratulated his players on a successful season.
“Thanks for the congratulations,” Enrique said. “I will be offering mine to the players for their dedication, their professionalism.
“Today was a different sort of match because we had nothing to play for. I congratulate my players for the year they’ve had.
“As for anything else, I have no comment because I have nothing to say. I can’t invent things and today there is no news. When I know something, I will say it.
“Saying ‘yes’ to Barca is hypothetical still so I’m not saying anything. I feel I am capable of coaching any team in the world. But Barca is still hypothetical, there are a lot of things I would like.”
Enrique was then asked about yesterday’s match with Los Che.
“Valencia have good players and today they were more intense than us. We got it back to 2-1 and we could have done more.”