The midfielder is constantly linked with a move back to the Nou Camp – and Spanish media believe Julia is the driving force.
The stunning blonde is said to miss her old life in Catalonia, having swapped Spain for Germany when Thiago joined Pep Guardiola in Bavaria in 2013.
After nearly six years in Munich, it may be time for a return for the Spain international, who has won five titles in a row since making the move.
Born and raised in Barcelona, Julia's family still live in the city.
She is also part-owner, with her brothers and father, of a hotel up the road on the Costa Brava.
The Terramar is a three-star hotel in the popular resort town Llafranc.
The hotel has great reviews on certain websites, with guests regularly giving it four stars out of five.
One reviewer called it a "lovely hotel", another said it had "wonderful staff" and a third said their stay was "fantastic".
Her father is said to be a leading Catalan businessman, although it's not known what business he is involved in.
Julia graduated from the University of Barcelona in 2013, where she studied marketing and communications.
That summer, her and Thiago were on their way to Munich to join Pep Guardiola's revolution at Bayern.
In a now defunct blog, Julia revealed: "I am a lover of fashion and travel, shoes and bags are my addiction."
The couple married in 2015 and have a son, Gabriel.
Julia and Thiago have appeared mostly happy with life in Munich, where they have been regulars at Oktoberfest.
Thiago made some headlines last year when he committed a fashion faux pas for the event – wearing trainers instead of the traditional 'Haferlschuh'.
But they make consistent trips back to Spain with Thiago best friends with La Masia graduates Sergio Busquets, Marc Bartra and Jordi Alba.
Thiago's younger brother Rafinha also stars in the Barcelona first-team, of course.
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