Still rumours about a possible Ronald Koeman exit, will he walk out?

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The game v. Bayern Munich looks as the one that could see Ronald Koeman leaving early on this season, but so far just gossip and a few rumours about his exit.

A few names are thrown into the hat and to see the current Ajax boss Erik ten Haag in the mix is no big news, but looks a bit difficult to get him, though being in charge of Barca is a bigger test than staying on back in Holland.

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Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers is also a surprise man in the rumour mill and many believe he is a man that can take Barca through a transition and knows how to bring younger players into a setup and get them to the next level. Difficult to say if Rodgers is capable of handling that type of pressure as FC Barcelona is something else than Leicester. He flopped at Liverpool, did ever so well at Celtic and at Leicester he has shown that he can kill giants.

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We just have to wait and see and people believe that the next games will give the answer as slipping up in the race for the La Liga title will not be taken well by the board.


Ronald Koeman has been in management since his retirement from playing and done the rounds, he will definitaly be back in a job very soon if he gets that sack at Barcelona.

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Belgium manager Roberto Martinez is a favorite among bookies to take over if Ronald Koeman if he departs. If Barca decides to try to convince Brendan Rodgers of Leicester to move in, then Martinez could be keen on a Premier League return with Leicester probably heading for his signature.

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