Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen does not plan on staying at Camp Nou for another year, having failed to make a single La Liga start so far this season.
Jasper Cillessen has confirmed his intention to quit Barcelona and join a club where he will be used more regularly.
The Netherlands international has started just one game in La Liga and the Champions League combined this season, coming in December’s dead rubber against Tottenham Hotspur.
Cillessen, back-up to Marc-Andre ter Stegen, was on the bench on Saturday night as Barca beat Levante 1-0 to retain their La Liga title.
While the celebrations were going on around him, though, the 30-year-old expressed his desire to leave this summer.
“First, I’m going on holiday and then I hope that I’ll have a new club to play for because I want to play,” he told reporters when asked about his future.
Cillessen, who joined Barcelona from Ajax in a £13m transfer three years ago, is rumoured to be a target for Juventus.
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