Barcelona coach Luis Enrique declined to say if he will still be at the helm next season after leading them to a treble in his first season including Saturday's Champions League triumph over Juventus.
Barca's 3-1 victory in the final in Berlin meant they became the first team to win their domestic league and Cup and Europe's elite club competition in the same season on two occasions, repeating their feat from 2009.
Their achievement was all the more remarkable as they were mired in an institutional crisis around the turn of the year which led to the dismissal of sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta.
Luis Enrique, who was appointed by Zubizarreta, was clearly unhappy with the sacking and, with results not going Barca's way, speculation swirled that a change of coach might also be imminent.
The uncertainty has been amplified by the calling of a presidential election. A new chief in place of incumbent Josep Maria Bartomeu might want to bring in his own man to take charge of the first team.
Luis Enrique fended off several questions about his future at his post-match news conference, saying he was only focused on celebrating the Champions League win.
"There is nothing confirmed but I do confirm there will be a big party tonight," he told reporters.
"My goal is to enjoy the moment, enjoy a nice summer," added the former Barca and Spain midfielder, who took over at the Nou Camp after an impressive spell at Celta Vigo in 2013-14.
"We never imagined we could win the three titles. You try to do your work well but with these kinds of players it makes everything easier."
Juventus 1 Barcelona 3 player ratings
Juventus 1 Barcelona 3 player ratings
1/22 Juventus: Buffon 7/10
Produced a superb one-handed stop among a series of first half save, but could not stop Barcelona's triumph.
2/22 Lichtsteiner 6
At his best when attacking, he was too often pinned back in defence
3/22 Barzagli 5
In for the injured Chiellini, the defender struggled to contain Barcelona's counter-attacking.
4/22 Bonucci 5
Too often caught out by the incisive passing from Barcelona's front three.
5/22 Evra 6
A steady performance from the veteran left-back before injury forced him off in the latter stages.
6/22 Marchisio 7
Stepped up when his team were most in need, and created his side's equaliser with a wonderful backheel.
7/22 Pirlo 6
Typically cool on the ball, he didn't get the opportunity to influence the game as he would have wished.
8/22 Vidal 4
A first-half liability, his early yellow card hindered his ability to make an impact in midfield.
9/22 Pogba 5
The Frenchman failed to live up to his big reputation on the biggest of stages.
10/22 Tevez 6
Constantly determined, the Argentine just didn't have his eye in this evening.
11/22 Morata 7
Worked hard to reproduce his semi-final heroics with an equaliser, but the celebrations were ultimately short-lived.
12/22 Barcelona: Ter Stegen 5/10
Fine shot-stopping, but failed to convince with aerial balls into the box.
13/22 Alves 7
His non-stop willingness to attack meant he spent much of the evening on the right wing.
14/22 Pique 8
Defensively superb in the second half when Juventus smelt Barcelona blood.
15/22 Mascherano 7
Put a nervous start behind him to produce a determined display.
16/22 Alba 7
Patrolled the left flank admirably, and remained responsible in defence
17/22 Rakitic 8
Scored to start the night off, and proved again what a valuable addition he has been to the Barca midfield.
18/22 Busquets 8
Simultaneously protected his defence while keeping the ball ticking over in midfield.
19/22 Iniesta 9
Always at the heart of Barcelona's best play, he remains a joy to watch.
20/22 Messi 7
Failed to get on the scoresheet, but frightened opponents with every touch.
21/22 Suarez 7
His luck looked out, but he kept his nerve at the vital moment to net the final's decisive goal.
22/22 Neymar 8
The liveliest of Barcelona's front three, he bagged the goal he deserved with the last kick of the game.
Barcelona centre back Gerard Pique, who celebrated the Champions League success by cutting out the net from one of the goals at the Olympic Stadium and making off with it, appeared convinced that Luis Enrique would stay on.
"It's not up to me to say if he will continue or not but seeing the way he celebrated tonight, how much he loves this club, I am sure he will stay," Pique told reporters.
Luis Enrique also received strong backing from club captain Andres Iniesta, who was voted man of the match on Saturday.
"It's my hope he'll continue next year," Iniesta said. "He hasn't said anything to the contrary so I hope next year we can face new challenges together."