Josep Maria Bartomeu will not resign as Barcelona president following a board meeting with the club on Monday.

Bartomeu has been under intense pressure at Camp Nou after overseeing one of the most turbulent seasons in the club's recent history.

Barcelona were humiliated by Bayern Munich in the Champions League

A 2019/20 campaign that concluded with the humiliating 8-2 Champions League defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich and talisman Lionel Messi handing in a transfer request also featured two managerial sackings, board member resignations, a social media scandal and a public spat between Messi and sporting director Eric Abidal.

The club's finances have also been in a precarious position, with Barcelona offloading several high earners this summer in order balance the books.

As a result, a petition was started and a vote of no confidence was triggered by supporters group Mes que un mocio' (more than a motion) in September.

New manager Ronald Koeman suffered a second La Liga defeat in seven days on Saturday as Barcelona lost 3-1 to rivals Real Madrid in the season's first El Clasico, and Bartomeu attended a board meeting the following Monday where it was speculated that he may offer his resignation.

Josep Maria Bartomeu attended a meeting with the board on Monday

However, according to Sport, the president will continue his role - although his position is still not safe following the vote of no confidence, and a vote to determine his future is scheduled for 1 November.

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique voiced his concerns regarding the running of the club on Friday, questioning the sacking of Ernesto Valverde and the direction that the club is going

"As a Barca player, I see that my club has spent money, money," said Pique. "They now want back from us, to criticise, not only external people with a historical relationship with the club, but also active players, and that is outrageous."