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Gavi was born on 5 August 2004. He is a Spanish professional footballer and also plays for La Liga giants Fc Barcelona.

Gavi reached Barcelona in the 2015/16 season from Betis to Alevi A to pass for Children B, Children A, Cadet B and Cadet A arriving here he went straight to Juvenil and, on his first year as Juvenil he became a player for Barça B. In 2021 he reached the first team with Koeman as coach. He became the fourth youngest player ever to debut with the first team in the League

Gavi’s transfer rumours

FC Barcelona could have sold Gavi to Paris Saint-Germain after the Qatari-owned club registered interest in the Spain international earlier this summer according to Mundo Deportivo.


The Ligue 1 giants are now managed by former Spain boss Luis Enrique, who handed a 17-year-old Gavi his La Roja debut and then took him to the World Cup in Qatar wearing the number ‘9’ shirt.


Gavi’s contract situation has been the topic of much intrigue and concern depending on what side of the argument your priorities lie

For Barca and their fans, there were slight worries that not getting the fresh terms registered with La Liga might lead to one of many top European outfits such as Chelsea, Bayern Munich or Liverpool snatching him away.

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PSG weren’t linked with snapping Gavi up on a free transfer and instead, according to Mundo Deportivo, asked Barca through an intermediary about how much it would cost to take him out of Catalonia.

Barcelona Gavi

The sports newspaper explains that president Joan Laporta and his board never contemplated offloading the Andalusian, however, as they consider him one of the best players in Xavi Hernandez’s squad.

Last term, the youngster was pivotal when the Blaugrana went for a four midfielder approach that had Gavi operating as a false winger on the left flank.

When club football resumed following Qatar 2022, the set up proved highly successful in a Spanish Super Cup final win over Real Madrid where Gavi scored and provided two assists ahead of Barca roaring on to a first La Liga title in four years.

Instead of Gavi, PSG have had to focus on luring Ousmane Dembele who has been pushed by his agent to entertain a transfer for a €50 million ($55 million) sum of which the player’s camp believe they can pocket half.

On Tuesday evening, Gavi could play some part in the Joan Gamper Trophy match against Tottenham Hotspur while a Dembele still training with Barca is frozen out.

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