Marc-Andre ter Stegen has agreed to extend his stay with Barcelona until 2025, penning a new long-term contract with the club.
Initially signing back in 2014 for a €12m fee from Borussia Mönchengladbach, the German international has gone on to make over 230 appearances for La Blaugrana, cementing his place as one of the finest goalkeepers in the world.
The German stopper has collected a healthy number of trophies from his time in Catalunya, the stand out titles being a Champions League crown and four La Liga triumphs.
Per Fabrizio Romano, the 28-year-old Ter Stegen will continue his fruitful relationship with the club by penning a new deal that will take his stay at Camp Nou to 11 years long.
His current deal was due to expire in 2022, with the latest contract extension he signed coming three years ago. With just two years left to run, Barçawere aware of the urgency to tie him down long-term, given his unquestionable importance to the side.