La Liga has given the go ahead over the future of Barcelona sensation Pablo Gavi.
In these last few weeks of the transfer window, Barcelona has gotten a significant help in their effort to extend the contract of Gavi.
When Barça was having trouble extending his contract a few months back, the midfielder was one of the most sought-after young players. The player had been a top target for many elite clubs, including Liverpool, as his contract was set to expire in 2023.
However, La Liga reportedly gave Barcelona the go-ahead to extend Gavi’s contract, according to Moises Llorens of ESPN.
Spanish football has given its approval to the precise conditions that are expected to be provided by the club. It complies with the financial rules of the league, so the addition of the player’s increased wage does not go above the ceiling established by the board.
Barcelona is now in a position to formally announce the extension of Gavi’s contract. The athlete should continue wearing the #30 shirt for Barcelona until they decide on their final new arrivals, which is anticipated to happen in the next few days.
For a few months, the Catalans and Gavi were in harmony. Beginning in July, he was supposed to sign a new contract, but the club’s initiative to add younger players complicated things.
Barcelona was even put in a situation where their salary cost ballooned and they were unable to register the new players. By approving the transfer of Frenkie de Jong, that problem has been handled, and the team is even considering a move for Bernardo Silva in August.
Although the likely departure of De Jong may be good news for Gavi, the signing of Silva may have a negative impact on the young player’s opportunity to play at Camp Nou this upcoming season.