Javi has told Barcelona he has no intention of leaving the club on a free transfer this summer, 90 minutes understand.
The 18-year-old agreed the terms of a new four-year contract at Barcelona – which included a €1bn release clause – in September 2022 but the club has yet to officially sign the new contract with La Liga.
The Spanish League blocked the registration of the deal due to the club’s recent financial problems, and after the Blaugrana lost an appeal to the court over the decision, Javi could now technically leave at the end of his current youth contract in June.
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despite this, 90 minutes He understands that Gavi does not want to leave the club for free this summer and is eager to play for Xavi after the 2022/23 season.
Before signing a new deal in September, the talented midfielder rejected advances from Manchester City, Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich. It remains to be seen if these clubs will reaffirm their interest in Gavi in the coming months.
Spanish port Relevo It stated that although the court rejected the appeal, Barcelona remains confident of registering the new Spanish international player’s contract before his contract with Al-Shabab expires in June.
The midfielder is seen as one of the pillars around which Barcelona will be built, with the club showing their faith in the player by awarding him the famous number six shirt earlier this season.
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