FC Barcelona has not yet been allowed to register Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Co. Before that, the club has to get under a salary cap – which could have consequences for Marc-André ter Stegen.

As is well known, FC Barcelona still has to sell players after the signings of Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Co. in order to get under the salary cap of the league and to be able to register the new stars at all. Is Barca now even sacrificing Marc-André ter Stegen because of this?

As Cadena Ser reports, this could be the consequence of the fact that midfield star Frenkie de Jong refuses to be sold to Manchester United.

So other players have to go so that Barca can escape the transfer trap – and this is where ter Stegen comes into play, whose sale Barca is now said to be considering. Like de Jong, the international would fetch a high transfer fee.

In addition, he would also receive a high salary of seven million, which is even expected to increase next season. Ter Stegen’s contract with the Catalans runs until 2025.