Barcelona is looking to replace Ronald Koeman in the next fifteen days.
The reports suggest that the speculations about
future at Camp Nou are about to be over and that the board has decided to replace the manager after a disappointing season.
finished third in the domestic league and had a disappointing performance in the Champions League, and these results may cost the club their Argentinian superstar
Messi, who may be thinking about a transfer after not seeing impressive performances after the hard time he gave the club to keep him.
There have been meetings between the board members and even between Ronald Koeman and Joan Laporta himself, which hasn’t been successful apparently.
The reports suggest that Barcelona president Joan Laporta has told Ronald Koeman that if the club doesn’t replace him in the next 15 days, he can continue as the club’s manager.
There haven’t been any definite results demonstrated by the club about the meeting in the board and the meeting with the Dutchman and the reports that suggest the 15-day time that the club has set before choosing to keep Koeman seems a little extraordinary.
The Dutch football manager joined the club last summer with a two-year contract the only trophy that he won with the club was Copa del Rey, and his decisions about the squad have made many pundits question his ideas he has left players like Suarez out of his plans, and he became a big part of Atletico Madrid’s title-winning squad.