Ronald Koeman’s position as Barcelona coach hangs by a thread after poor results and signings.

The Dutchman came to Nou Camp in August 2020 after Quique Setien was sacked after losing 8-2 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals.

And after winning the Copa del Rey in his first season, Koeman’s job looked bright.

However, a financial disaster caused the majority of the players to leave Barcelona, ​​leaving Koeman behind at sixes and seven – with a loss of earnings.

But if reports are to be believed, Jose Mourinho could improve his precarious position as his Roma side look to sign forgotten man Philippe Coutinho at a reduced price.

A report by El Nacional claims that despite the £ 27million annually released wages, there are still more assets to be sold.

And of all the people who will save the Dutchman’s career, it would be ex-Real Madrid coach Mourinho.

Barcelona came under even more fire after they only drew 1-1 with Granada on Monday night.

The result leaves them in eighth place in the table, albeit with a game in hand.