FC Barcelona currently possess a plethora of young prodigious talents that will inevitably attract interest from top clubs across Europe. The likes of Frenkie De Jong, Pedri, and Ansu Fati are just a few that have seen major sides be willing to acquire their services for attractive sums of transfer money should Barcelona demand so.
In the most recent of cases, Pablo Gavira, or just Gavi, continues to be a target for Bayern Munich as per Sky Sports. The German heavyweights have tried in the past to acquire the services of the La Masia graduate, trying to persuade him to join the Bundesliga side before he put pen to paper on Barcelona’s most recent renewal proposal to him.
Bayern attempted to persuade the 18-year-old into not renewing with the Catalan club, and ensuring in return that they would go on to acquire him as a free agent and provide him with a financial package relatively improved to Barcelona’s own offer. Despite the obvious incentive to not renew, Gavi chose to remain with the Blaugrana outfit and signed a deal that would indefinitely earn him less but allowed him to stay with the club of his dreams.
Now, as Bayern Munich has had a change of managers, with Julian Nagelsmann having been sacked and Thomas Tuchel having been brought in as his replacement, the interest in Gavi has been rekindled. The incoming German coach appreciates Gavi’s tenacity and his technical prowess as a combination and considers him a solid choice to reinforce Bayern’s midfield.
The youngster himself reportedly wants to remain at FC Barcelona and shows no signs of wanting to attempt a move elsewhere. However, it remains true that he is not completely satisfied with the issues surrounding the registration of his new contract and its recent nullification that led to him being reverted back to his previous subsidiary contract.
He remains hopeful that Barcelona will be able to sort it out in time but would be obviously distraught should the club continue to pursue new signings prior to managing the already pre-existing signed contracts such as Gavi’s and Ronald Araujo’s that are yet to be successfully registered.