Premier League Top Manager Backed By Barcelona's Presidential Candidate to Replace Koeman
By Kibetevans-24 | self meida writer
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Spanish top club Barcelona have been inconsistent in their perfomances this season. The Catalans have been unable to retain their dominance in Laliga Santander which was seen in the past. The arrival of manager Ronald Koeman came with alot of expectations from fans.
However,the former Netherlands national team manager has not been able to overturn the poor results at Nou Camp. Presidential candidate Juan Laporta has his eyes set on another manager in the case that he wins the election.
Barcelona have also been unstabilized by transfer rumors linking their talisman Lionel Messi with other clubs. Messi has been the talk of most media houses with Ronald Koeman already proving angered by Paris Saint Germain.
According to Laporta the manager who could reignite the glory at Camp Nou is Arsenal's manager Mikel Arteta. Arteta is underperforming at Emirates with the Gunners currently in the tenth position. Mikel Arteta could use the move to Camp Nou as an escape route out of troubles at Emirates.
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