Manchester City target Marc-Andre ter Stegen has come out to deny he’s on the verge of reaching a deal with the English club.
The goalkeepeer, 24, has been second choice to Claudio Bravo who is preferred by manager Luis Enrique, making only four La Liga appearances in the last two seasons.
Reports, earlier suggested the German international was on his way out of the Catalan club, however, he insists he is ‘very happy’ at Camp Nou.
“I’m very happy here and I want to stay here, with the life I have,” the Liverpool Echo quotes Ter Stegen as saying. “It’s a lovely place to live.
“You can never relax and you always have to give everything. Both myself and Claudio and Jordi [Masip] want to play and we work week after week to do so.
“I think that this idea is good for the team, too, because we’re always ready.”