Former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is to be named as the new Spain coach, according to widespread reports in the Spanish media on Monday Also Read - Granada vs Real Madrid: Zidane's Men One Win Away From Sealing La Liga Title

Spanish outlet Marca said on their front cover the 48-year-old has been chosen by Spanish Football Federation president Luis Rubiales as the successor to Julen Lopetegui, who was sacked the day before the World Cup 2018. Also Read - Barcelona's Antoine Griezmann Likely to Miss Rest of La Liga Campaign After Muscle Injury

 The story was echoed by radio station Onda Cero and the website of daily AS.

The former Barcelona Coach was the man behind the famous trio – MSN (Messi, Suarez, Neymar)- three of the world’s best-attacking talent in one team, which led Barcelona to win the treble in season 2015.

Coach Luis Enrique had a very successful spell as Barcelona manager winning the following titles:
(2 -times winner) La Liga 
(3-times winner)Copa del Rey
(1 )Supercopa de Espana
(1) Champions League
(1)UEFA Super Cup
(1) Club World Cup

Spanish Football Team met with a major upset in the 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup after they were eliminated by hosts nation Russia. They suffered a more disastrous faith in the 2014 FIFA World Cup when they were eliminated in the group stages.

Luis Enrique managed to keep Team Barcelona intact after Pep Guardiola’s departure, he will now look to rebuild the Spanish National Football team with the disposal of some of the best talents in world football in the team.