Luis Enrique is likely to leave Barcelona at the end of the season, according to reports.
The beleaguered boss suffered an embarrassing 4-0 Champions League drubbing at the hands of PSG on Tuesday night.
No team in the history of the competition has ever overturned such a huge deficit in a second leg tie to leave Barca on the brink of elimination.
Enrique shouldered the blame for Barcelona’s abysmal performance in Paris, inching himself closer to the exit door.
“I’m responsible for this so don’t look for anyone else to blame,” he admitted to reporters.
“It is difficult. They were superior to us from the start.
“It was a disastrous night for us in which we were clearly inferior. There’s not much more to say.
“PSG did what we expected them to do and produced their best version and we were at our poorest.”
The Catalans are also behind Real Madrid in the race for the LaLiga crown as the pressure piles on the 46-year-old coach.
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Enrique is out of contract at the Nou Camp this summer and has been somewhat non-committal when questioned over his future at the club.
He has guided the club to the Copa del Rey final but winning one trophy is not expected to be enough to keep the former midfielder in the job.
Results, the report by the BBC suggests, are not the only factor contributing to Enrique’s downfall in Spain.
He has bypassed the talents of some of the Barca squad and placed far too much emphasis on Leo Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.
Sevilla’s Argentine manager Jorge Sampaoli is said to be the favourite for the post, should Enrique be ushered out of the Nou Camp at the end of the season.
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