Luis Enrique insists Barcelona don’t have a problem with their goalkeepers despite Claudio Bravo and Marc-Andre Ter Stegen’s reported unhappiness.
It’s been claimed that both goalkeepers want to be first choice next season and will push to leave if they’re not, but speaking after a 4-2 win over Leicester City in Sweden, Enrique denied it was an issue.
“How am I experiencing it? Normally. There’s no problem in this regard and we have three really good goalkeepers who are behaving in a perfect way. I repeat, we don’t have a problem. No, I don’t fear they could leave,” Lucho emphasised, AS reports.
Munir El Haddadi claimed two of Barca’s four goals against the Premier League champions and Enrique was asked if his contribution could mean the club end their search for a new forward.
“I have a lot of confidence in Munir. He’s not only scoring goals now but also in past seasons. But we’re always watching the market to see if we can improve what we have,” Enrique replied, before evaluating the game itself.
“It was a typical pre-season game against an attractive opponent, we played a very complete first half and the atmosphere was good.”