- The former Barcelona forward interviewed the likes of Gary Lineker, Guardiola, Koeman, Pochettino, Maldini and Totti.
- However, Stoichkov says he isn't interested in interviewing Cristiano Ronaldo.
- The Bulgarian explains he doesn't look for headlines, he only wants to talk about football.
Former Barcelona player Hristo Stoichkov would snub an opportunity to talk with Cristiano Ronaldo, the Ballon d'Or 1994 winner revealed in an interview with Mundo Deportivo.
"I have interviewed everyone I have loved, including my friends Hagi and Popescu. I will never do an interview with Cristiano Ronaldo. I don't want to," the ex-Blaugrana said.
"I do interviews to talk about football, I don't look for headlines. I talk about anecdotes, teaching process ... With the best," explained Stoichkov.
Like a true Blaugrana, Stoichkov has always supported Leo Messi in the neverending Messi-Ronaldo debates.
"Many people compare Messi with Cristiano but the Argentinean can be compared with the likes of Pele, Maradona and Cruyff," the former Barcelona forward said back in 2017.
"When you talk about Ronaldo, you can only compare him with Messi. That’s the big difference between them."
Stoichkov interviewed the likes of Gary Lineker, Guardiola, Koeman, Pochettino, Maldini, Totti for TV channel Univision.
The Bulgarian spent a total of six years at the Camp Nou stadium: between 1990 and 1995, and during the 1996/1997 campaign. In 175 La Liga matches, he scored 83 goals.
Relive the memories of Stoichkov's best skills and goals for Barca: