Marc-Andre ter Stegen: They ask me for the treble in the street

The German goalkeeper spoke about Barca and the fans

Ter Stegen, durante el acto de presentación de Relatos Solidarios
Ter Stegen, durante el acto de presentación de Relatos Solidarios | JAVI FERRÁNDIZ

Marc-Andre ter Stegen spoke on Thursday about Barcelona while at a book launch for 'Relatos Solidarios'.

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"I like to go walking, I'm calm, people respect me a lot passing by in the street," said Ter Stegen. "I'm a normal guy and I like to be calm wherever, in a cafe or anywhere here." 

Asked by the presenter of the event Pere Mas if he needed a T-10 transport ticket, Ter Stegen responded: "No thanks, I still have trips left (on mine)."

Regarding Barca, he said: "Yes, in the street they ask me a lot about the treble. Yesterday we saw who we will get in the Champions League semi-finals. We're happy (with Liverpool), it's a nice game, but in the semis anything could happen. We know that we have the chance to do something important for the club, for the fans, and for us. It makes us excited. 

"First we have to win the three league games we have. It's a tough week, with three matches that if we win we'll be really close to our objective."

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