Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has confirmed that Ronald Koeman will be named the club's next head coach.
Following Setien's dismissal, Koeman will now join Barca after spending the past two years as the manager of the Dutch national team.
The former defender had previously played for the club from 1986-1995, winning four La Liga titles as well as the 1991-92 European Cup as part of a 10-trophy haul during his playing career with the Catalans.
"If everything goes well Koeman will be the Barcelona coach," Bartomeu told Barca TV.
"We bet on Koeman because of his experience. He was in the Dream Team, he believes in our philosophy."
In addition to his time as a player at Barca, Koeman also served as an assistant for the club from 1998-2000 before taking over at Dutch side Vitesse.
He had previously been linked with the Barcelona job in January after the club parted ways with Ernesto Valverde, but Koeman originally planned on committing to the Netherlands through the end of the Euros, which were originally scheduled for this summer before plans were shifted due to the coronavirus outbreak.
"Before the pandemic, in January, Koeman told us that he had a commitment with the Dutch team through the Euros," Bartomeu revealed.
The change in coaching may not be the only big shift coming to Barcelona, with Bartomeu also admitting that "there are players who have completed a cycle" with the club.
Barca have already dismissed technical manager Eric Abidal as the club's backroom purge continues, although Bartomeu looks set to stay on through at least March, when the club will hold its next presidential election.