The German keeper underwent new medical tests that have conformed he has a fracture in the lumbar region
The first team goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen, following persistent pain in his lower back caused by a blow received in training last Monday, August 11, has been subjected to new medical tests this morning which have revealed the existence of a small fracture in the transverse apophysis of vertebra L3.
The Club's Medical Services reported that the player will be out for between two and three weeks. The player will carry out recovery work during this period.
It’s worth recalling that the German goalkeeper made his debut with the Barça first team in the first friendly of the season in Huelva, and played the full match in Nice