Ter Stegen: "I'd love to play in La Liga, but the coach is who decides"

The goalkeeper, together with Sandro, talked from a commercial event

Ter Stegen: "I'd love to play in La Liga, but the coach is who decides"
Ter Stegen: "I'd love to play in La Liga, but the coach is who decides"

The goalkeeper, together with Sandro, talked from a commercial event

Ter Stegen entrevista Barça

Ter Stegen and Bravo shared a place in the lineup in the Spanish Super Cup, one for the first leg, one for the second leg. In addition, the German played the final of the European Super Cup. Both in this match against Sevilla and in the Spanish first leg, the young goalkeeper received many goals, and some criticism, especially after the first goal against Athletic, in which he refused the ball badly.

This Sunday La Liga begins. Last year, the starter—so the one who could play most of the games in the season—was Bravo, but Ter Stegen already reiterated on several occasions that he would like to play more. This Wednesday he talked about that in an event in Barcelona: "I don't know if I will play La Liga. I work hard every week to try to be starter, but it is up to the coach. I'd love to play in La Liga, but we'll see what the coach decides," said the German.

The goalkeeper also complained about Piqué's ban of four games without playing after allegedly insulting the assistant during the Super Cup of Spain: "It is not fair. He is a very important player for us and we will miss him."

Sandro Ramírez also participated in the event. The forward trained in La Masia talked about Pedro: "I'd like him to stay. He is a player who has given a lot to the club." However, there is no doubt that the departure of his compatriot would benefit the him. "I keep working to try to give the maximum to the club," he said. In addition, he also lamented the loss of Piqué: "It is an unfair punishment. We will try to do our best at the start of season so his absence is noticed as little as possible."