La Masia starlet to sign a new deal


La Masia starlet, Gavi will sign a new Barcelona contract in the coming days. The youngster is tipped for a bright future in Barca’s colors. Several other clubs including Liverpool and Bayern Munich have enquired about the Spanish midfielder. But, the youngster has his heart set on the Barcelona contract extension.

Securing the La Masia stars

Barcelona’s famous academy La Masia has produced many great players in the past. Players like Messi, Iniesta, and Xavi are all products of the famous academy. They all went on to become the greats of our game. The current Barca manager knows the importance of the famous academy and is developing the youngsters from the academy.

La Masia graduates like Ansu Fati, Pedri, and Ronald Araujo all have secured a starting place in Xavi’s squad. Moreover, midfielder Gavi is also a regular starter for the club. The 17-year-old midfielder is producing some brilliant performances every week. He has also established himself in the Spanish national team.

All the other players of La Masia have agreed on new contracts with the club. Pedri and Ansu Fati have agreed on long-term contracts. Whereas, Ronald Araujo will also sign a new deal soon. Pedri and Ansu Fati both have an enormous release clause worth €1 billion. On the other hand, a 17-year-old. Gavi has just one year left on his current contract. He has a release clause of a mere €50 million which has gathered a lot of interest from other clubs in Europe.

It is believed that the financial issues of Barcelona are the main reason for the delay. Both the parties want to extend the contract and are finding a solution to resolve the issue. Moreover, Barcelona will add a release clause of €1 billion in his contract. La Masia graduate Gavi will have a great future will Barcelona. Lastly, it’s only a matter of time before he agrees on a new contract.

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