Germany international Marc-Andre ter Stegen has said that winning the Champions League with Barcelona remains the prime aim for the current campaign. The Spanish champions previously won the European crown in 2015 and they have since failed to progress beyond the semi-final stage of the elite competition.
Speaking to FIFA.com, Ter Stegen acknowledged that winning the Champions League remains the club’s main objective for the Blaugrana and the club are determined to progress to the latter stages of the competition and potentially lift the title, he told: “Yes, always, every year. That’s an easy question to answer. At this club we always want to win every available title. Every one of them is important, and the Champions League, obviously, even more so. We’ve started well and want to go a very long way [in the competition].”