Barcelona won’t sign any new goalkeeper after ter Stegen’s injury. Second choice keeper Inaki Pena will be on goal for Barca till the next summer transfer window. Barcelona has opted not to sign a new goalkeeper despite Marc-André ter Stegen’s recent injury setback. The German shot-stopper, a pivotal figure in the team’s defensive setup, is set to be sidelined for an extended period, leaving the Catalan club with a critical decision to make regarding the goalkeeping position.
Rather than going into the transfer market for a quick fix, Barcelona has chosen to place their faith in Inaki Pena, the team’s second-choice goalkeeper. This decision reflects the club’s confidence in Pena’s abilities and a commitment to nurturing talent from within their ranks.
Inaki Pena, a product of Barcelona’s youth academy, La Masia, has long been considered a promising talent. The goalkeeper has patiently awaited his opportunity to shine on the big stage, and now, fate has provided him with a chance to prove his mettle.