Luis Enrique coy on rumours that he will take over at Barcelona

Luis Enrique refuses to discuss the reports in the media linking him with the manager's job at Barcelona next season, despite announcing that he will leave Celta Vigo.

Luis Enrique has refused to discuss the reports that have linked him with the manager's job at Barcelona next season.

It has been suggested in the media that the former Spain international will take over at the Nou Camp after Gerardo Martino announced that he will be leaving the club after just one season in charge.

Enrique himself also revealed that he will leave Celta Vigo this summer, fuelling rumours that he has agreed to join the Catalan giants. However, the former Barca midfielder remained tight-lipped on his future.


"When I have something to say, I'll tell you," Enrique told reporters. "Right now, I can't make anything up.

"We'll see if there's anything or if there isn't anything and in this case, something else.

"I saw (Barcelona's draw to lose the Liga title), I suffered and I think that Atletico Madrid are the worthy La Liga champions."

Enrique took over at Celta Vigo last summer, after spells at both Barcelona B and Roma.

Diego Godin of Club Atletico de Madrid celebrates after scoring his goal during the La Liga match between FC Barcelona and Club Atletico de Madrid at Camp Nou on May 17, 2014
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