Barcelona initiate contact with Belgium manager Roberto Martinez

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Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman is facing an uncertain future at the club.

The Catalan giants have made a poor start to the season by their standards, and it is being reported that the Spanish giants are already looking at replacements for the Dutch manager.

According to Goal, Barcelona have spoken to the Belgium international manager Roberto Martinez about taking over at Camp Nou.

The report adds that official negotiations between the two parties are yet to begin. Still, initial contact has been made, and Martinez has already informed the Belgium FA that he could leave to join the La Liga side.

Martinez has done an exceptional job with Belgium, and he could be a quality addition for Barcelona right now.

The former Premier League manager is known for his expansive style of football, and the Barcelona fans are likely to enjoy his style of play.

It will be interesting to see if Koeman can turn things around at Barcelona in the coming weeks and hold on to his job for the near future.

Meanwhile, the Dutchman has recently been handed a two-match touchline ban following a red card against Cadiz.

The Barcelona manager will be forced to watch from the stands when his side takes on Levante and Atletico Madrid in their next two matches.

Koeman was seen arguing with the officials after his side was held to a draw in their last outing, and the Spanish Football Federation have decided to hand him a suspension.