Ronald Koeman will reportedly be in the Barcelona dugout for Sunday's La Liga clash against Levante, with club president Joan Laporta not planning any drastic moves regarding the managerial position at Camp Nou.
Barcelona are unbeaten in the league this season but have won just two of their five matches and already sit seven points behind division leaders Real Madrid in the table.
There had been suggestions that Koeman had to beat Granada and Cadiz to stand a chance of keeping his job, but the Catalan outfit were held to draws in both matches.
The La Liga giants are now preparing to take on Levante, and according to Marca, Koeman will continue in his current role for Sunday's affair.
The report claims that Laporta decided against making any drastic decisions after speaking with the head coach following Thursday's goalless draw with Cadiz.
Laporta, though, could allegedly review Koeman's position if the team struggle in their next three matches against Levante, Benfica and Atletico Madrid. body check tags ::