Mercato | Mercato – Barcelona: Xavi has launched hostilities for this crack!

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Posted November 24, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. by AD

While Gavi is engaged until June 30, 2023, Joan Laporta and Xavi would have arranged a meeting with his agent this Wednesday to talk about extension. Despite the interest of several European leaders, including Chelsea, the 17-year-old crack would like to continue his adventure with FC Barcelona.

Trained at FC Barcelona, ​​Gavi could not last long in Catalonia. At the end of his contract on June 30, the 17-year-old crack could be sold from the next summer transfer window to avoid a departure at 0 € if it does not extend very quickly. And to avoid getting there, the management of Barça would have taken action on Wednesday. Indeed, Joan Laporta and Xavi would have organized a first meeting with the Gavi clan to discuss a contract renewal.

A first meeting between Xavi and the Gavi clan this Wednesday?

According to information from Mundo Deportivo, the management of FC Barcelona have met Iván de la Peña for the first time this Wednesday. The opportunity to discuss an extension with Gavi's agent. Aware of the interest of several top names, including Chelsea, the Barça would not want to take the risk of losing their 17-year-old nugget. Especially since it would have a release clause of around € 50 million. With this in mind, Xavi and Joan Laporta would do their utmost to stay in touch with Gavi and would have made it clear to his agent that they wanted extend it and offer him a better contract. For his part, the young Spanish international would like at all costs to stay at FC Barcelona, ​​ the club of his dreams. And to complete the file Gavi, Xavi and Joan Laporta would plan to organize other meetings in the coming weeks. In addition, Marca added other details on this file. According to the Spanish media, Barça would like to extend the lease of Gavi until June 30, 2026 and complete this deal as quickly as possible, more precisely before Xmas.

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