Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen could leave the Catalan club at the end of the current season, Mundo Deportivo has reported.
The German international is reportedly ready to consider his future in the summer as he is not particularly satisfied with his position in the team.
The 23-year-old has fallen behind Claudio Bravo in the pecking order, with his appearances being limited to the Champions League and Copa del Rey.
What is more, Ter Stegen has come under criticism this season, having conceded a 50-yard goal in Barcelona’s Supercopa de Espanya defeat to Athletic Bilbao at the beginning of the season and Alessandro Florenzi’s effort from the touchline against AS Roma in the Champions League.
Mark-Andre ter Stegen joined Barcelona from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2014 when he was tipped to take over first-team duties following the departure of Victor Valdes.
Manchester United and Manchester City are thought to be ready to engage in a tug of war for the talented goalkeeper, while Liverpool were also believed to be interested in acquiring German’s services in the summer.