Former Barcelona head coach Quique Setien has revealed that the club is yet to compensate or even inform him of being sacked, four months after he was sent away.

Setien lost his job as Barça boss following a disgraceful Champions League quarterfinals when the La Liga giants were thrashed 8-2 by the Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich who went ahead to win the title.

Before that, he was having problems with star player Lionel Messi which extended to the rest of the squad, plus the poor performances on the pitch.

He was replaced by Ronald Koeman who has been in charge since the start of this season.

And now, more than three months after his dismissal, Setien has claimed that Barcelona have yet to call him about his sacking nor have they compensated him.

“Barca have not compensated me, nor have they offered me anything,” Setien told COPE’s El Partidazo show. 

“They have not even called me to tell me that I am dismissed.

“It’s evident that the club is going through a worrying moment, something that when you arrive is clearly perceived and which directly affects sports performance.

“You always believe that from within you may be able to help solve it, but for us, despite putting everything on our side, it has been impossible.”

Meanwhile, Setien had opened legal proceedings against Barcelona a month after he was dismissed, alleging that he and his coaching staff were only given official notification of their contract terminations in September via Burofax.