Joan Laporta believes that Pep Guardiola will become the next president of FC Barcelona and Xavi Hernandez will be installed as the club's new coach.
The former Blaugrana president cast his eye over the next big changes at Camp Nou when current supremo Sandro Rosell either loses his seat in an election or steps down.
Guardiola's future has been the subject of much speculation as he has yet to pen a new deal to stay on as club coach next term.
"Pep Guardiola will be the next president of Barcelona," Laporta told La Repubblica.
"Xavi will be the next coach, he is a phenomenon. He is a also a great person."
Laporta oversaw a turnaround in Barcelona's fortunes when he took over as president in 2003 and lent on club legend Johan Cruyff for advice on how to change things.
Barca won the league title twice and lifted the Champions League for only the second time in the club's history in 2006 and Laporta thinks he knows the formula that brought about success.
"There are four elements to it. Catalunya is one of them. Johan Cruyff is also an important key to the club's success," he continued.
"The third is La Masia and the fourth is UNICEF. It is upsetting that UNICEF is no longer the main sponsor.
"We paid to have UNICEF on the team shirt and now it is has been removed it is moving. It is a big mistake."