Ter Stegen, big return on Setien's second day
Everything points to new Barcelona coach Quique Setien being able to count on goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen for the game against Granada. The keeper has been absent for the team's alst two games due to a tendinopathy and returned to training again with the team this Wednesday.
Ter Stegen was out for the derby against Espanyol (2-2) and also missed the SuperCup semifinal against Atletico Madrid (3-2). The German goalkeeper has been recovering for some days from a problem in his right knee and is back to training normally with the team.
However, Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo has not yet recovered from all of his problems and this Wednesday he trained away from the rest of the group.
Jean-Clair Todibo did not train either, as he is negotiating a loan move to Schalke 04. In Tuesday's session, the youth team goalkeeper, Inaki Pena and Riqui Puig trained with the group, therefore there could be a big surprise in the squad list to face Granada.
Ansu Fati, Carlos Perez, as well as two players from the youth team, Mbuyamba and Jaume Jardí, also took part in the training session.