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Marc-André Ter Stegen Names His Top Picks For Best Goalkeeper In The World

Marc-André Ter Stegen Names His Top Picks For Best Goalkeeper In The World

It's not uncommon for Marc-André ter Stegen to be left out of the conversation for best 'keeper in the world.

The 26-year-old moved from Borussia Mönchengladbach to Barcelona in 2014 and has continued to develop at the Spanish club, establishing himself as first-choice 'keeper for manager Ernesto Valverde.

Ter Stegen has now revealed the two 'keepers he rates the highest in his books.

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"Each goalkeeper is different and no style can be better than another," he told Club del Deportista (via Marca).

"Of course, our first job is to stop balls, but the philosophy here includes playing with our feet.

"In La Liga Santander, we have some of the world's best goalkeepers and they all have their own style.

"For me, [Jan] Oblak is the perfect goalkeeper for Atlético Madrid and Ederson is the same for Manchester City."

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Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Football News, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, Jan Oblak, Football, Barcelona, Ederson

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