President Joan Laporta is reportedly giving serious thought to sacking Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman.
The Catalan giants earned their ninth La Liga point from five fixtures on Thursday as they were held to a goalless draw by Cadiz.
Despite extending the club's domestic unbeaten record, the Dutchman has come under fire at Camp Nou for his reluctance to use the team's traditional 'tika-taka' style.
According to Marca, Laporta may now be prepared to part ways with Koeman, despite being required to hand him a lucrative pay-off.
The report claims that meetings and calls have been held since the stalemate at Cadiz, a sign that club officials could sack Koeman before the game against Levante on Sunday.
Laporta has previously acknowledged that is "patience is wearing thin" with Koeman after comments made in the media.