The German goalkeeper's in contract until 2022 but club want to prolong deal
Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen confirmed in an Instagram live that talks over his contract extension have stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ter Stegen's current terms expire in 2022 but the Catalan club want to tie him down to a longer deal and guarantee his future at Camp Nou.
"We have had the first conversations but, as I have said, we've parked them for now," he said. "There are many things more important at the moment and we've decided to postpone the talks."
It can be read from his comments that the two parties remain a long way from an agreement but the German international is keen to stay at the club.
"I am happy in Barcelona," he added. "The sporting situation is good, what more can I ask for?"