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'Today was a disaster, we want to apologise': Beleaguered Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu vows to make changes at the Nou Camp amid reports he has already sacked Quique Setien as manager Barcelona suffered their heaviest defeat since 1940 by losing to Bayern Munich  Reports in suggest Barcelona boss Quique Setien has already been sacked  Similar reports claim Eric Abidal will also lose his job as director of football President Josep Bartomeu said that some tough decisions have been made

By Kishan Vaghela For Mailonline

Published: 23:43 BST, 14 August 2020 | Updated: 23:55 BST, 14 August 2020

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Barcelona's beleaguered club president Josep Bartomeu has insisted changes will be made at the Camp Nou after their humiliating 8-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. 

The Catalan side suffered their heaviest defeat since 1940 as they crashed out at the quarter-final stage of the competition in Lisbon, and reports in suggest boss Quique Setien has already been sacked.

The 61-year-old former Real Betis boss only joined the club in January as a replacement for Ernesto Valverde, and reports have also suggested that he could be followed out the exit door by Eric Abidal, Barcelona's director of football, in a complete restructure of the club. 

Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu has insisted changes will be coming at the Camp Nou

Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu has insisted changes will be coming at the Camp Nou

Some reports suggest Quique Setien has been sacked after their thrashing by Bayern Munich

Some reports suggest Quique Setien has been sacked after their thrashing by Bayern Munich

Barcelona were trailing 4-1 after just 31 minutes in Lisbon, and an abject display was rounded off by Philippe Coutinho - who is on loan at Bayern from the Spanish giants - scoring twice against his parent club. 

And speaking after the Bundesliga champions' demolition of his side, Bartomeu insisted some of the tough decisions have already been made. 

'It's a really heavy defeat,' Bartomeu said. 'I want to congratulate Bayern, who played a great game. They deserve to go through to the semi finals. We weren't at our best, nor

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