The board of Barcelona is uncertain if they will retain Ronald Koeman as manager.

Barcelona has three matches remaining in La Liga and need to win all three while hoping Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid drop points. 

Koeman was asked over the weekend if he fears he might lose his job.

"That's not one to answer now but after the last game of the season," Koeman said.

"From the first day, the president [Joan Laporta] has shown confidence in me. He's the one who can make decisions and, once the season finishes, we will talk about the future.

"I am not worried. I signed a two-year deal and I see myself here next year. If that's not the case, the president will have to speak to me. We have arranged to talk at the end of the campaign.

"There are still two weeks to go and we have three very important games, so now is not the time to talk about my future."