Latest report picked up from the world of sports indicates that Ronald Koeman’s future at Barcelona stays unsure after the club’s choice to prevent him from responding to media questions and answers.
Ronald Koeman has been under expanding tension at Camp Nou as his side proceeds to battles across almost all competitions since the exit of Lionel Messi throughout the late spring transfer window. Koeman’s men were outmatched by La Liga reigning champs Atletico Madrid not long before the global break and this was a couple of days after their Champions League awful defeat to Benfica.
Mirror UK uncovers that the club’s board isn’t happy with the outcomes yet they have no monetary solidarity to sack Ronald Koeman who is currently 58-year-old.
The Mirror UK added that with his flow contract set to lapse toward the finish of this season, it would cost the club about £10 million to authorize his sacking.
Ronald Koeman was named Barcelona’s manager in 2020 by the previous president Josep Maria Bartomeu and after the development of Joan Laporta as his replacement recently, his agreement was reviewed once more.