The Foals sporting director has confirmed that the club will receive a cut of the transfer fee should Barcelona decide to sell the Germany international
Borussia Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl has revealed his club will receive a high percentage of the transfer fee should Barcelona decide to sell Marc-Andre ter Stegen in the future.
The goalkeeper, who made over 100 appearances for Bundesliga outfit, has been signed by the Liga runners-up to replace Victor Valdes.
Eberl is hoping that Ter Stegen is a success at Camp Nou but acknowledges that Monchengladbach would benefit greatly from their sell-on clause.
"We would not be happy if he is sold by Barcelona, but it would be a pretty big investment for us if it came to this," he told the Rheinische Post.
"It is natural pride, even if it hurts to lose such a player. The fact that he now plays with the greatest players in the world is an honour for our club.”
The 22-year-old has signed a five-year contract with Barcelona and was unveiled by the club in a presentation last week.
With Jose Pinto also parting ways with the club, it is not yet clear who will compete with the 22-year-old for the first-choice goalkeeper position.
Barca sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta is confident, however, that Ter Stegen has the quality to be a success at the Spanish club.
"He's quick, he's agile, he is also very good in the air and has strengths in one-on-one situations,” said the retired goalkeeper. “Obviously, there is still room for improvement but he is young and has time."