Barcelona unwilling to sell Ter Stegen unless release clause met
Marc Andre ter Stegen’s big money move from Borussia Monchengladbach hasn’t been all that the German likely thought it would be cracked up to be.
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While Barcelona has continued to sustain success since the arrival of Ter Stegen, the 24-year-old has fiercely battled for the club’s no. 1 position in net, a fight that he has largely lost.
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Chilean keeper Claudio Bravo has quickly made his name as one of the world’s top shot-stoppers, keeping Ter Stegen off the field with the exception of a few La Liga matches and European competitions.
Rumored interest from Manchester City has Ter Stegen seeking a move from the Camp Nou, but Barca’s release clause for the keeper has essentially made the German unmovable. The Blaugrana are reportedly seeking just shy of $90 million to trigger Ter Stegen’s release clause, and have told the netminder: If you want to go, pay the clause.