Marc-Andre Ter Stegen was coy over his Barcelona future but insisted he hasn’t agreed anything with Manchester City.
The goalkeeper has been linked with Pep Guardiola’s Premier League project and has in the past been reported as being unhappy with his role as Barca’s Champions League and Copa del Rey custodian.
“It’s not true I have signed for City. We’ll see what the situation is at the end of the season and talk again,” he told a reporter after the win over Atletico Madrid, Mundo Deportivo reports.
“We have so many games now, this is all I can say. For me the most important thing is to play well and win games.
“Stay at Barca? This is an amazing team. There’s no more to say. We’ll see how everything goes.
“The game against Atleti has been difficult, like every time we play them. We’re happy to have won. 2-1 is good for us and hopefully we can win [at Vincente Calderon]. We’ll see.
“It’s always difficult against Atletico. They play with seven in defence and hope to make a counter-attack. So we’re fine with 2-1. The result could have been more, but it’s ok.”