Celtic’s Euro opponents Valencia are facing manager turnover if their results don’t improve over the next run of games according to reports.
Valencia boss, Marcelino is coming under increasing pressure after the club’s enormous outlay in the summer.
The Spanish club is currently 11th in La Liga having won 4, lost 4 and drawn a whopping 10 times so far this campaign.
Marcelino spent over £100million in the summer to beef up his squad to make sure they were in the top four hunt come the end of the season. Right now, Valencia is struggling to live up the hype.
The Spanish club fared a little better in Europe in the first half of the season. Valencia were drawn in a Champions League group with both Juve and Manchester Utd which was always going to be a tough ask.
If results don’t improve in January, Brendan Rodgers may be facing a new manager come February’s tie.
It could very well be a boost for Celtic if the club continues their turmoil.