Barcelona president Juan Laporta on Saturday backed coach Ronald Koeman, saying the Dutchman deserved time to change the club’s fortunes.
Cuiman is on fire after winning just one of his last five games in all competitions, including a 3-0 defeat to Benfica in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Names such as Zavi Hernandez, Andrea Perlo and Roberto Martinez have been linked to the job by local media.
However, Lipporta said he supported Queens after air talks with the 58-year-old.
“Kuman Barca will continue as coach,” Lipporta told the media ahead of Saturday’s La Liga match against Atletico Madrid. “We think he deserves a small margin for a number of reasons: he’s a Barca fan and a legend for fans around the world. He will continue and deserve a margin of confidence.
“He loves Barca and he decided to come here at a really difficult time on the institutional and sports front. After talking to him, I can see that he has confidence in the team … we talked. And it’s not true that we have a strained relationship – it’s good and honest.
Barca traveled to seventh place of champions Atletico, two points behind Diego Simeone’s side, playing one game less, but five ahead of table toppers and old rivals Real Madrid.
One reason behind Lipporta’s stance could be the club’s dire financial situation: La Liga’s financial fair play controls mean the club’s budget is only 98 million euros this season, and this week Barca confirmed that they had Published a loss of 481 million in the season.