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For years, Victor Valdes has completely ruled between the Barcelona posts, but over the coming season, the story is going to be slightly different.
Valdes' decision to leave the club when his contract expired opened the door for a new goalkeeper, and Barca have ushered two new faces in to fight it out for the No. 1 jersey.
Young Marc-Andre ter Stegen arrives from Germany with a lot to prove, although it is anticipated he will be the club's stopper for the best part of the next decade.
However, with a lack of top-level experience and having never played in Spain, he may find himself sitting out spells of his first season at Camp Nou.
Instead, Claudio Bravo, a new signing from Real Sociedad, may occupy the goal.
In truth, though, both will probably rotate; in fact, it's almost becoming trendy for Europe's top clubs to have two top goalkeepers.