Liverpool and Manchester City have been put on high alert after it emerged that Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen could leave this summer.
According to German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the 24-year-old held talks with Barca this week to discuss his status at the club.
Ter Stegen arrived from Borussia Monchengladbach two years ago but he has so far played just seven times in the league for the Spanish side.
Claudio Bravo is Luis Enrique’s first-choice keeper and it has been reported that Ter Stegen is growing frustrated at a lack of first-team action.
Both City and Liverpool have been linked with the Germany international, and they have been boosted by the news that he may be ready to move on.
However, he will not come cheap. Ter Stegen is under contract until 2019 and it has been suggested that Barca will only sell should someone meet his £67m release clause.