No future fears for Koeman
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman insists he does not fear for his future at the club despite the recent hammering by Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Barca are next in action on Monday and are 2/7 to beat Granada, who are 17/2 to win, with the draw at the Nou Camp 19/4.
Uncertainty in Catalonia
The Catalan giants endured a difficult summer with six-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi departing for Paris Saint-Germain and Antoine Griezmann among those to join the Argentinian on the way out of the club.
Koeman's men have made a steady start to the new La Liga season with two wins and a draw from their first three fixtures but old problems reared their head in the recent 3-0 defeat to Bayern Munich.
I only think about the game and the team.Ronald Koeman
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Thomas Muller opened the scoring and Robert Lewandowski bagged a brace in the group stage match, which will once again raise questions regarding Koeman's future at the Camp Nou.
But the Dutchman maintains he is only thinking about the next game against Granada and is not concerned about his long-term position at the Blaugrana.
Speaking about his future at the club, Koeman said: "I don't know anything - I only think about the game and the team.
"The rest is not in my hands - I am calm and confident of winning games.
"We have to recover people to have more footballers available but I know that we have to win - it is only the results that count. I am not afraid of my future - the club decides on behalf of the president."