Joan Laporta was frustrated following Barcelona's 3-0 defeat to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night and afterwards he held a meeting with Rafa Yuste and Mateu Alemany, the two directors who are in charge of the team's management.
Yet, despite the board's concerns following Barcelona's below-par display at the Camp Nou, Ronald Koeman's job is not in danger and the Dutchman will stay put.
In the last few hours, Barcelona's directors have analysed the game against the Bavarians and everyone at the club is aware that the team are going through a tough spell, while Bayern are one of the favourites to win the Champions League this season.
Laporta, Yuste and Alemany understand that key Barcelona players are still out injured and that there have been big changes in the squad this season.
Hence, they believe that once Koeman has all his players at his disposal, Barcelona will improve on the pitch and rediscover their form.
Meanwhile, a change of coach would prove costly for Barcelona, whose dire financial situation has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The club's board believe that rushing to a decision is not necessary for the time being, as they are remain supportive of Koeman.