Hansi Flick expressed confidence in securing titles with Barcelona following his appointment as the new head coach of the La Liga giants. Flick, the former Germany and Bayern Munich manager, has been out of work since his dismissal by Germany in September 2023. His primary objective will be to rejuvenate Barcelona's fortunes after the team's trophy-less season under the leadership of Xavi Hernandez, who was relieved of his duties on Friday.

Barcelona emphasized Flick's proven track record of success, particularly during the 2019-20 season at Bayern, where he secured six trophies including the Bundesliga, the German Cup, the Champions League, the German Super Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, and the Club World Cup. Flick expressed his honor and enthusiasm in assuming the role of Barcelona's coach and is eager to continue his successful trajectory at the club.

The 59-year-old coach faces a challenging task of addressing Barcelona's on-field struggles amidst off-field turmoil, encompassing financial difficulties and a lingering refereeing scandal. Flick's experience in guiding Bayern to numerous triumphs and his successful stint with the German national team offer promise for Barcelona's future.