Sports reporter Jordi Gil has claimed that Liverpool is prepared to pay a release clause on the Barcelona midfielder’s contract with Gavi. Liverpool is reported to be ready to pay the EUR50m release clause in order to sign FC Barcelona youth international Gavi. This is something which is entirely consistent with talk that Liverpool will offer more money for Gavi. In addition to wages, Liverpool would be offering the teenager a far bigger financial package than what Barcelona has on the table.
Liverpool, however, would be in a position to offer the Barcelona teen sensation, Gave, a more significant wage, given the state of affairs in Barcelona’s finances right now. It is claimed Barcelona are therefore threatened by Liverpool, who are interested in signing the midfielder. FC Barcelona is currently trying to lure the young winger of FC Barcelona, Gave, into signing a new deal which would most likely involve a more significant release clause. Barcelona President Joan Laporta mentioned the alarming delays in the contract negotiations, and the belief Gavi’s agents are comparing the offer with others. The midfielder, Gavi, has a EUR50 million release clause in his current contract, which they are willing to trigger. Barcelona’s teen sensation, Gavi, has made 47 appearances across all competitions, where he has contributed two goals and six assists.
Fernando Polo of Mundo Deportivo is reliable and says that Gavi does not have any plans of leaving Camp Nou this summer. Liverpool is ready to pay the EUR50m release clause on Barcelona midfielder Gavis Barcelona midfielder Gavis’s contract comes as reports suggest Aurelien Tchouameni is prepared to join Real Madrid. Elsewhere, Liverpool is not concerned Mohamed Salah’s quest for revenge against Real Madrid takes hold of the Champions League final.
After missing out on Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe, the Blaugrana are seeking a genuine ‘9’ who can help them compete for silverware next campaign after finishing the previous trophyless. However, with the club cash-strapped and in debts of approximately $1.5 billion, the Bayern Munich forward’s asking price of up to €60 million ($64 million) might be a stumbling barrier. Gavi was among Barcelona’s standout performers during the 2021/22 season, but it’s only natural that the club would choose to lock him down for the long haul. Despite being a youngster, he is already a regular in Xavi’s first team and is undoubtedly one of the first names on the squad sheet each week.
Gavi signed Barcelona’s prestigious La Masia programme from Real Betis in July 2015, quickly rising through the ranks of the academy players. In the midst of Barcelona’s economic meltdown, the 17-year-old won early progress to the first-team setup at Camp Nou, with Ronald Koeman granting him his debut at the start of the 2021/22 season.