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Barcelona will reward Gavi after the young Spaniard made an impressive debut

How Barcelona plan to reward star Gavi after Spain's bow

Spain’s Newest Wonderkid Set for the Barcelona Support Package

It was a record night for Spain last night, and in more ways than one. Luis Enrique’s The Red finally ended Roberto Mancini’s Italian team’s 37-game unbeaten streak at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milan in a 2-1 UEFA Nations League semi-final.

A brace from Manchester City’s Ferran Torres was the deciding factor in an impressive performance by another young Spanish team under Enrique, who has become accustomed to resorting to youthful exuberance since taking over as head of the national team.

While Spain prevented a record streak from continuing, they were also the subject of their own record the night the Barcelona star Gavi became the youngest player to appear in the Iberian nation with only 17 years and 62 days while completing 82 minutes against the European champions.

Gavi has already appeared seven times with Barcelona this season, including five in La Liga that has come with two selections in Ronald Koeman’s starting eleven.

Following his rapid rise after being promoted from the U19 team this summer, Barça are ready to offer the Los Palacios and Villafranca native a 5-year long-term contract at Camp Nou.

Gavi will form a nucleus both at club level and internationally

There are few nations that delve better into the art of youth production than Spain, and The Red They are in the middle of another production quota that is being met.

Gavi is just one of the few young people who practice their trade at home and abroad and who are about to form a long-term central nucleus for the Iberian group in the not too distant future.

How Barcelona plan to reward star Gavi after Spain's bow

Seville, Spain – February 27: Pedro González López ‘Pedri’ of FC Barcelona reacts during the Santander League match between Sevilla FC and FC Barcelona at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuan Stadium on February 27, 2021 in Seville, Spain. Spain’s sports stadiums remain under strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government social distancing laws prohibit fans within venues, causing matches to be played behind closed doors. (Photo by Mateo Villalba / Quality Sport Images / Getty Images)

The young Barcelona player is joined by two others from the Camp Nou who have not yet reached their twenties; Ansu Fati & Pedri, both with only 18 years old.

Pedri has already played for Spain during Euro 2020, while Fati has also been international, while Fati is approaching 50 appearances for Barcelona and Pedri has already eclipsed that figure.

With the three youngsters close to being locked in for the future, Barcelona are not dead yet despite their recent struggles on and off the pitch.


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