Roberto Martinez warns Belgium over Barcelona plans

Roberto Martinez has reportedly warned Belgium over his intention to replace Ronald Koeman at Barcelona.

Koeman’s future at the Camp Nou is under immense pressure following a disappointing run of results in the last fortnight.

The La Blaugrana board opted to offer their backing to the Dutchman this summer, with his current deal expiring in 2022.

However, with Koeman potentially on his way out of the club, Martinez has emerged as one of the favourites to succeed him in Catalonia.

The former Everton head coach is rumoured to have indicated his willingness to walk away from the Belgium job next month, as per reports from, via Diario AS, if Koeman is dismissed.

The report states Barcelona will have to pay €1.5m in compensation to the Red Devils with Martinez’s contract running until June 2022.

Koeman is set for key talks with club president Joan Laporta next week with his side in action against Levante this weekend.


Tags Belgium Joan Laporta Roberto Martinez Ronald Koeman


  1. Koeman should not be sack,currently the team is in a very difficult situation,he should be allowed to continue for the team will bounce back when the injured players are back to their full fitness. LONG LIVE FC BARCELONA.

    1. U don’t know what u are saying …so u want him to lead us to bottom table before you know he should be sacked right?

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