Who is the current manager of Barcelona?

Ronald Koeman: Current Manager of Barcelona

Ronald Koeman was appointed to the role of manager of Barcelona in August 2020, replacing Quique Setién who had been in charge since January 2020. Koeman is a former player and manager of the club, having played for Barcelona from 1989 to 1995 and managed the team from 2008 to 2011.

Koeman is a Dutchman who has had a long and successful career in football. He began his playing career at Groningen in 1980, before moving to Ajax in 1983. He won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup with Ajax in 1987 and the UEFA Cup in 1988. He then moved to Barcelona in 1989, where he won four La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey, one European Cup and one UEFA Super Cup.

After retiring from playing in 1995, Koeman moved into management. He managed Vitesse Arnhem from 1997 to 2000, before taking over at Ajax in 2001. He won the Eredivisie title with Ajax in 2002 and the KNVB Cup in 2005. He then moved to Benfica in 2006, where he won the Portuguese Cup in 2007.

In 2008, Koeman returned to Barcelona as manager. He won the La Liga title in his first season in charge, as well as the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Super Cup. He also led the team to the Champions League semi-finals in 2009 and 2010. He left the club in 2011, after a disappointing season.

Since then, Koeman has managed a number of clubs, including Feyenoord, Southampton, Everton and the Netherlands national team. He was appointed as the manager of Barcelona in August 2020, replacing Quique Setién.

Koeman has already made an impact at Barcelona, leading the team to the top of the La Liga table. He has also implemented a new style of play, which has seen the team become more attacking and direct. He has also brought in a number of new players, including Miralem Pjanic, Francisco Trincão and Pedri.

Koeman is a highly experienced manager who has had success at a number of clubs. He is a former player of Barcelona and knows the club well. He has already made an impact at the club and will be looking to continue his success in the coming seasons.