Barcelona’s teenage midfielder, Gavi, has officially lost his first-team status, and as a result, he will no longer wear the no.6 shirt for the club. This news comes amidst speculation of a potential transfer to Bayern Munich.
The 17-year-old made his debut for Barcelona last season and has impressed with his performances in midfield. He was awarded the no.6 shirt for the current season, a sign of his growing importance to the team. However, due to the club’s financial situation and the need to balance the books, Gavi has been relegated to the Barcelona B team.
Gavi’s demotion has sparked rumors of a potential move to Bayern Munich, who have reportedly been tracking the youngster’s progress for some time. The German club is known for its ability to develop young talent and has a history of signing promising players from other countries.
Despite his loss of first-team status, Gavi remains highly rated by Barcelona and is seen as a key player for the future. The club is committed to his development and is hoping to retain him in the long term.
In a statement, Barcelona thanked Gavi for his contributions to the first team and wished him success in his future endeavors. They also emphasized that they are committed to providing opportunities for young players to develop and succeed at the club.
Gavi’s future remains uncertain, but the young midfielder has a bright career ahead of him. His talent and potential have not gone unnoticed, and he will undoubtedly attract interest from other top clubs if he decides to move on from Barcelona.