Barcelona legend Xavi Hernandez has urged his former side to make a summer move for Juventus starlet Paulo Dybala and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti, as the pair have the "DNA" to settle seamlessly into to the La Liga giants philosophy. The Spanish icon, however, is hesitant as to whether coveted Paul Pogba would fit in the passing game of Luis Enrique's side.

The 36-year-old midfielder believes Barcelona have found a perfect balance under Luis Enrique, tipping them to win at least two titles this season as they are already in the Copa del Rey final and are top of La Liga, ahead of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid.

But asked whether the club can still improve the squad in the summer, the Barcelona legend told Mundo Deportivo: "Personally, with the arrivals of Aleix [Vidal] and Arda [Turan], I don't think Barcelona need more reinforcements.

"Maybe someone in attack to complement the trio [Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez]. I do not know. Luis Enrique must decide that. This squad still has a long journey to go. It has a perfect balance in all the lines.

"I really love two players who I think they have the DNA to play at Barcelona. Marco Verratti and Paulo Dybala. They are amazing and would adapt really well to the [Barcelona] machine because of their quality and style. I see them as potential players for Barcelona."

Paul Pogba, meanwhile, has also been heavily linked with the club since the 2015 summer transfer window. The France international has been tipped by some to fill Xavi's position in the Barcelona midfield.

But asked whether he sees the former Manchester United starlet at his old club, the legend said: "He is a great player, I have suffered him as a rival, he is going to be a star for France national team as he is already for Juventus.

"But I see him with a different style to Barcelona. But I do not disregard him but the opposite. If I can get him, I accept him."

Nevertheless, the former club captain believes his real heirs at Barcelona should be Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets, while he tipped Bayern Munich star Thiago Alcantara to fill his spot in the Spain national team ahead of Euro 2016.

Xavi left the Nou Camp in 2015 to join Qatari side Al-Sadd after 17 successful campaigns at Barcelona, where he helped his former club win four Champions Leagues and eight La Liga titles.