Pique said that holding such a position was a “dream” of his as he reiterated his love of the club and how he could be suited to it.
The former Spain international – who has been a regular in the first-team at the Blaugrana for over a decade – was the surprising name on the four-player list of contract renewals at the Catalan giants that was confirmed in October.
Pique will be aged 37 by the time his current deal – which is likely to be his last as a player – expires in the summer of 2024 but it is possible he remains at the club in a non-playing role.
When asked if he would run for the upcoming presidential elections at the club, Pique replied as per Marca: “In the elections that come now, I’m not able to run because I am still a player and when you’re a player you can’t run for the position, but you never know in the future.
“I am very, very, very culé (connected to Barcelona) as you know. I would like to be able to help the club of my heart in the best way I know how, and that happens because I am very well prepared to serve as president if one day I see that I can really contribute to the club. If not, I would not show up.
“It is something that I will decide in the future, it is a dream of mine that I have always had, but I do not know if it can be carried out in the future.”