The guardameta of the FC Barcelona Marc-André ter Stegen did not want to speak of his future after winning to the Athletic of Madrid

It does not confirm if it will follow

Ter Stegen: "Better not speaking of my future until final of season"

Published:6/04/2016 - 08:21h

Updated:6/04/2016 - 08:50h

Marc-André ter Stegen showed happy after the victory in front of the Athletic of Madrid and did not want to speak of his future. Although, this yes, remarked that "it is not truth that go me to the Manchester City". His performance was portentosa

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The future of Marc-André ter Stegen still is an incógnita. Although the technical secretary of the FC Barcelona, Robert Fernández, left clear that so much he like Claudio Bravo will be still in the club, the German did not want to resolve the subject neither the rumours after the Barcelona victory by two to one in front of the Athletic of Madrid. The Teutonic attended to the microphones of "Wave Zero" and explayó.

"Now I am playing well, better not speaking of my future in this moment. Better not speaking until final of season", was what said the guardameta of the FC Barcelona, headline in the Champions and the Glass of Rey. Ter Stegen, this yes, recalcó that "is not truth that go me to the City".

On the meeting, affirmed to be "very happy" by the struggled victory in a meeting where took out a spectacular hand to Antoine Griezmann. The German affirmed that it was difficult to play in front of a team "that has to all his players inside the area. It could be better, but consider that it is a good result".

For the turn in Vicente Calderón, his expect "an Athletic seemed in the turn, put backwards". Finally, and asked after the performance of the referee, the porteró germano affirmed that "it has pitado very well, the expulsion of Torres has been just".

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