A lady appear to give Barcelona wonderkid Pablo Gavi her phone number during contract ceremony on Thursday night.
At a ceremony for his contract signing, a female fan appeared to hand the Barcelona star Gavi her phone number.
Barca has signed the 18-year-old youngster to a new deal through 2026 after her quick rise to fame.
The largest release clause in football history is included in his contract; it is also included for fellow Blaugrana stars Pedri and Ansu Fati.
A special celebration would be conducted at the Nou Camp to commemorate the renewal, the club stated on their official channels.
One fan who had the opportunity to meet Gavi in person at the stadium made the decision to make a big shot for her.
The master of midfield signed a flag for her, but in a viral video, she then gave him a sheet of paper.
Even though Gavi was a little bewildered and shocked, she nevertheless posed for a photo with the small kid.
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🎬 | A girl slides her phone number to Pablo Gavi while taking a photo with him in the Barça store 😂pic.twitter.com/q6ZFQcRVQd
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Her digits were clearly visible on the paper in the widely shared video, according to many attendees on Twitter.
A paper with Gavi’s phone number was given by the girl, according to a tweet from @Cherry EX0.
RT @FootTransfersEU: “Gavi signs for this #Barca fan, and she gives Gavi her phone number! To me, it seems like a fair exchange.”
In addition, @officialtruekaa questioned, “Why she gave gavi her phone number?”
It is unknown if Gavi will send the fan a text because he has never been romantically associated with anyone.
Gavi, the most recent prodigy to come out of the La Masia camp, made his breakthrough at Barca last season and is now an important member of Xavi Hernandez’s team.
In the 2-0 loss to Bayern Munich on Tuesday, he put on a brilliant performance that included Andres Iniesta-like flashes.
There are rumors that he may be poised to don the vacant No. 6 jersey at Barcelona.