Barcelona continue to hit form in the pitch of play the future of their president continue to dominate the headlines as well as the coach that will be leading the team next season.
Ronald Koeman was appointed as manager of the team this summer but there have been reports that he might be shown the exit door if Joan Laporta wins the club’s presidential election.
Joan Laporta is one of the leading candidate for Barcelona’s presidential election and has many plans for the Spanish outfit who are currently place third on La Liga table.
Reports circulating in Spain stated that
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta will be announced as the new manager once Laporta is voted in as president.
However, according to Goal, this will not be happening as the Gunners head coach has not been contacted by anyone associated with Barca over the role.
The reports added that Arteta is not under consideration to succeed Ronald Koeman in the dugout.
Koeman was handed a two-year deal after replacing Quique Setien in August and have been struggling to get Barcelona back to the best they are known for.