Ronald Koeman's future is at stake. Joan Laporta and the Barça management are thinking about the future of the Dutchman on the Camp Nou bench, and he may not take over another game. The coach was already under pressure before the trip to Cádiz and his draw there only made things even more complicated.
Meetings, calls and other forms of contact have been held since the final whistle. Koeman and Laportas' relationship was already complicated, especially after the strange statement from the coach's press conference on Wednesday. Laporta, for his part, said a decision would be made if necessary, while saying the coaches were counting on the results.
Although the Catalans showed more fighting in Cadiz, they are now three games away from a win after their loss to Bayern Munich and their home draw against Granada, which itself was only saved by an equalizer. late. Many names have been linked to the replacement of Koeman, from Roberto Martinez to Xavi Hernandez and Antonio Conte. But the financial situation of the clubs is likely to exclude some of them.
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