Marc-Andre Ter Stegen said he’s not going to leave Barcelona this summer. The German said his agent and club had been negotiating a new deal until the COVID-19 crisis struck. “There’s no chance I’m going to leave Barcelona this summer,” Ter Stegen told Kicker.
“My lawyer and the club had meetings but the coronavirus got in the way and it wasn’t the time to think about the deal. At a time when many people are worried about their lives, we agreed to postpone it. I feel comfortable in this city and my family is doing too. The goalkeeper believes the team is in great shape to compete for LaLiga and the Champions League, he added.”
Ter Stegen has a good chance to get to the next round in the Champions League and he is ready to take advantage of that.
“We have rarely been at such a high level on a physical level. So psychologically we ‘re going to be more focused on the remaining games. A match without spectators is not the most enticing thing, but the ball is going to roll and that’s what excites us. We’re in a decent place, but Real Madrid won’t give us an inch,” he added.