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2. Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Emerged from Borussia Monchengladbach youth system,Marc-Andre ter Stegen broke through the ranks at a very early stage of his career,moving from reserve squad to first team playing eleven.

Regarded by experts to be the best in the country,his outstanding performances for the German club earned him a call-up in the provisional squad for UEFA Euro 2012.

Having a great season with 4.5 saves per match will be hailed as the best in the world in the coming years.

FC Barcelona are monitoring his situation as they place him on top of their wish-list to succeed Victor Valdes.

Nearing 100 appearances for his club at a young age of 21,his tactical awareness and all-round attributes on the pitch will add quality to any squad he plays for.

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