Barcelona has sacked manager Quique Setien and will replace him with either Netherlands coach, Ronald Koeman, and ex-Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino.
.The Spanish giants suffered a humiliating 8-2 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final on Friday.
Setien, 61, was hired as Ernesto Valverde’s replacement in January.
Barcelona President, Josep Bartomeu, told Spanish radio station Cadena COPE on Sunday night that Setien had been sacked.
A board meeting is due to take place at 10:00 BST on Monday to confirm the ex-Real Betis manager’s exit from the club.
Spanish football expert, Guillem Balague, told BBC on Monday that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has “been approached,” but Koeman would be a more popular choice.
“The board will meet tomorrow and [Setien] will be sacked,” Balague said.
“They have to choose a manager because in two weeks time pre-season starts – and the talk is Koeman could be the man.
“He said no to an offer in January, but this is different. I think his health situation may have played a part. Discussions may be taking place, we may hear tomorrow, but he will need to separate from the national side so there is still a wait for that to happen.
“He is a name who will, more or less, make everybody happy.”