Barcelona coach Luis Enrique does not expect any of his goalkeepers to leave despite reports of interest from Manchester City in Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
Ter Stegen, 24, has been linked with Pep Guardiola’s City amid reports he is not entirely convinced by current No. 1 Joe Hart.
The Germany international faces competition from Claudio Bravo and Jordi Masip, and he made seven La Liga appearances last season.
But Luis Enrique said: “We are dealing with the issue with absolute normality, we have three great goalkeepers under contract, who behave in a perfect manner.
“That is still the case today, after several seasons and we do not have any problem.
“Someone leaving does not worry me in the slightest, that is the situation that we have.”
The coach has not, however, ruled out making further signings this summer, adding: “We are always open to the market and to strengthening the team.”
Luis Enrique was speaking after his side’s 4-2 International Champions Cup victory over Premier League holders Leicester City.
He said: “They have been very good, they have quality, enthusiasm, a high level and I am sure they will have a good season.
“They have shown their capacity and ambition during the whole stage.”