Barcelona have lost the La Liga title after a woeful season under Ronald Koeman.
Club president, Joan Laporta admitted how far the club has fallen from their perch.
“I said that I’d evaluate at the end of the season depending on the results and performances,” Laporta said.
“We won the Copa del Rey, and we’re proud of that, but we were knocked out of the Champions League early and LaLiga [Santander] was lost incomprehensibly.
“From my point of view, you’ll see that a lot of decision have to be made, starting next week. We’ll comment on them then. We have to work hard and have a competitive team in the Champions League and domestically.
“When I say that this is the end of a cycle, it’s because that’s what I think is necessary.”
If by decisions, Laporta means firing Ronald Koeman, not a whole lot of the fanbase can expect to be surprised. While Koeman has steadied the ship at Camp Nou, he has not been able to recapture their true form.
The team still looks far too disjointed with the players currently on their wage books. Plenty of swiping chances will be necessary if Barca wants to head back into the new campaign as a different team.