Ter Stegen clues on his future at Barcelona

Ter Stegen hints on his future at Barcelona
Ter Stegen hints on his future at Barcelona

Barcelona goalee hints on his Barcelona future ahead of El Clasico match against Madrid

The German professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Spanish club Barcelona has been in top form for his club on the eve of the El Clasico.

The 27-year old says admits he is happy at Barcelona but remains quiet on his future at the Camp Nou ahead of Wednesday’ El Clasico against Real Madrid.

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Marc-Andre ter Stegen joined the Catalans from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2014 summer for €12 million (£9.5m/$16.5m) and has locked down the number one spot since he joined.

When speaking to DAZN and Goal, Ter Stegen shared his opinion on his future and looked up on tomorrow’s match.

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 “In football you never know what’s going to happen. I want to make the club happy and leave my mark,” he said.

“These are the games that you look forward to, they are the ones that get people excited.

“Previously, the political situation was tense and it meant that the game could not have been played. You have to understand the circumstances and play it safe.

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Real Madrid is always a dangerous game for us. They had some problems at the start of the season, just like us.

“The league has become stronger, especially physically. There are no simple games anymore.”

The German player insists he will continue to work hard to improve, thou he did not start for the first El Clasico, he also revealed the reason of his unhappiness with his national team.

“I did not play in my first El Clasico, I was a little angry because I want to play in every game, of course,” he admits.

“I improve a little every day, even if it is only small things. My goalkeeper coach Jose de la Fuente is relatively critical and always sets new targets to get the best out of us goalkeepers.

“You have to respect the opinions of others. I do that and others should do it too, and that’s the end of the topic.

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“For me, the debate wasn’t a big deal that the press made it into. I try to perform, to offer myself again and again and to make it difficult for the national coach. That’s all I can do.”

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Meanwhile, Barcelona is currently leading the La Liga table, but have the same point with point with Real Madrid, so Wednesday’s El Clasico will decide who will lead the table.

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