With the news that Barcelona will require a new manager at the end of the season after Luis Enrique's decision to step down due to needed in his own words "a rest" the question until that man is found is who will be next to step into the Nou Camp hot seat. In terms of World Footballl this is the job that is arguably desired by just about every manager in the game today and with that in mind the Catalan giants will certainly not be short of options to replace the 46 year old former Spanish international. But will that replacement be found in the Premier League?

Barcelona have a trio of potential options to choose from

Barcelona will be keenly eyeing the situation at Arsenal as Arsene Wenger's employment staus past May is still to be decided. With a new contract still yet to be forthcoming or even signed by Wenger for that matter, could this be the perfect time for Barcelona to finally acquire the services of the 67 year old Frenchman.

It would also be the perfect time for Barcelona and Wenger to finally team up as he has long been courted by a string of former club presidents only for a move to Spain to never come to fruition.

Should Wenger sign a new contract at The Emirates that would obviously rule him out of the running but they could always look across North London and at the man who is currently change of Tottenham, with that being none other than Mauricio Pochettino.

With the job that he is currently carrying out at White Hart Lane, Pochettino will no doubt be on the radar of many European clubs and it has been previously reported that he was being eyed up as the man to take over from Enrique at the end of the season.

But the thing that could work against Pochettino is the fact that he does not have "Barcelona DNA" not just that but he played for their cross-city rivals Espanyol between 1994 and 2000.

So with that in mind he may not to be top of the list in regards to being the clubs new manager.

But one person who does have the required DNA is Everton boss Ronald Koeman. A club legend due to the fact that he scored the winning goal in the 1992 European Cup Final which subsequently handed the club their first victory in competiion has only been at Everton for less than a season but his time at Goodison Park could be shorter than expected.

After a spell managing Valencia which did not quite live up to expectations, Koeman has quietly gone about rebuilding his managerial career and after success at Southampton, he is now doing a similar job at Goodison Park while in charge of Everton.

The direction they go in will depend on whether or not Wenger does sign a new contract at Arsenal. But even if he does not the next manager of the club might not be from the Premier League at all.

That's because they could very well look closer to home with Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli courting a lot of attention with the job he his currently undertaking at the current Europa League holders. The Andalusian side finds themselves third in La Liga and are running both Barcelona and Real Madrid close in the race for the Spanish title.

Sevilla would obviously be loathed to lose the former Chile international boss but witht the way Sampaoli has managed to further improve this side after Unai Emery departed for PSG at the end of last season it can be no real surprise that he could be destined for even greater things.