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Ronald Koeman says that Barcelona haven't spoken to him about his future, but the Dutchman adds that he's got "eyes and ears" to catch the rumours swirling about his possible firing.
Spanish media has been rife with reports that Barcelona president Joan Laporta is close to making a coaching change after Wednesday's 3-0 loss at Benfica, the team's second loss in as many Champions League games this season.
"It is a complicated situation," Koeman said on Friday on the eve of his team's visit to defending champions Atletico Madrid.
"The president was here this morning, but I didn't see him because I was preparing for the game," he added.
"Nobody has told me anything, but I have eyes and ears and I know that things are being leaked. They are probably true, but nobody has told me."
Koeman will not be in the dugout for what could be his last match in charge while he serves the second of a two-game suspension for complaining at the end of their recent 0-0 draw at Cadiz.
The top names linked to replacing Koeman are led by former Barcelona star Xavi Hernandez, Italy great Andrea Pirlo and Belgium coach Roberto Martinez.
Martinez brushed off questions about Barcelona on Friday when he announced Belgium's squad for the Nations League final four.
"I'm not going to comment on my personal situation because I never do it as a coach," Martinez said.
"Now we are facing an incredible opportunity of being at the Nations League finals, so that's the only thing that matters. Anything that you could ask about myself or rumours is not relevant for this press conference."
The Atletico match is the last before an international break in the club calendar, a window that could give Barcelona time to bring in a new coach.