Barcelona shot-stopper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen has denied that he has already agreed a deal to join Manchester City in the summer, Mundo Deportivo report.
Speculation has risen over the future of the German international goalkeeper following his lack of regular first-team football at the Nou Camp.
Barcelona’s policy of using one goalkeeper for La Liga and one for cup competitions has seen Claudio Bravo and Ter Stegen share duties for the past 18 months, with the latter seemingly playing less.
But when asked where is future lies, the talented custodian told reporters that speculation of an agreement with City is way off the mark though he admits he will revisit the situation this summer.
“It’s not true that I have signed for Manchester City,” he explained to Mundo Deportivo.
“At the end of the season we will review the situation and talk again. We have many top games, and for the me the most important is that I play well and we win our matches. That’s all I can say for now.”
City are bracing themselves for Pep Guardiola’s this summer and the Spaniard’s arrival will amrk a new era at the club and with that the likelihood of a number of changes to the playing side.
Joe Hart is both City and England’s number one goalkeeper at present yet his future could be in doubt if Guardiola feels he doesn’t have the level of distribution needed to succeed.