Barcelona desires to reward the keeper of the primary staff Marc-André ter Stegen of a brand new long-term contract in Catalonia .
The German Worldwide lately made its 200th participation within the membership after its arrival from Borussia Mönchengladbach to £ 10 million in 2014.
Ter Stegen solely signed a brand new contract in 2017, however Marca says the 27-year-old is about to signal a brand new, excellent deal as a result of the membership is attempting to drive him to a brand new long-term contract.
The previous star of Gladbach nonetheless has contracts till 2022, however Barcelona hopes to persuade Ter Stegen to signal a brand new contract of at the least 5 years' length throughout information negotiations.
He grew to become one of the crucial essential gamers in Barcelona The final 5 years, his final match in opposition to Borussia Dortmund proving his value – when he stored a shutout by saving a penalty of his worldwide teammate Marco Reus .
] Though Ter Stegen has already been introduced alongside David de Gea and Jan Oblak as the most effective goalkeepers on the planet, he nonetheless ranks second within the rankings of Manuel Neuer for the German staff.
Supervisor Joachim Löw has already performed confirmed Ter Stegen w sick over the subsequent fifteen days after falsely promising a begin on the final worldwide break, however the Barcelona star should combat to maintain his place on the Euro 2020.
Throughout his profession in Barcelona, Ter Stegen stored 84 white sheets in all competitions whereas reaching 526 backups.
He participated within the Barcelona Champions League marketing campaign throughout his first season on the membership. Since then, he has strengthened his trophy with 14 different medals, together with the Confederations Cup with Germany in 2017.
Even for the reason that arrival of Neto and the promotion of Iñaki Peña de La Masia, Ter Stegen has at all times been current for Barcelona this season within the Champions League and Liga.
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