BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez has made an impassioned plea to the club not to sell one of their young players, describing him as “the future”. In a statement, Xavi said ” Don’t ever sell him no matter the circumstances cause he is the future of the club, and no matter what the club should not sell him”. He went on to say that the player is “already one of the best in the world” and that he is “crucial” to Barcelona’s future success.


Barcelona manager Xavi is adamant about retaining the talented young midfielder, Gavi, amidst reported interest from Paris Saint-Germain. Gavi, who was elevated to Barcelona’s senior squad in 2021 due to his impressive performances in the club’s youth ranks, has garnered 111 appearances, contributing seven goals and 14 assists. Renowned for his exceptional work ethic, versatility, and passionate style of play, Gavi has caught the eye of PSG, who seek to bolster their midfield and reunite him with former Spanish national team coach Luis Enrique.

However, Xavi has made it clear that Barcelona should not entertain any offers for Gavi, emphasizing his integral role in the team’s future. Xavi’s statement, declaring Gavi as a potential future captain and a cornerstone of Barcelona’s future, underscores the midfielder’s significance to the club’s long-term plans.

Despite rumors of PSG’s interest, Spanish outlet MARCA reports that Barcelona has not received any official or unofficial communication regarding Gavi’s potential transfer. Barcelona has categorically labeled Gavi as ‘untouchable’ and not available for sale. However, Barcelona’s financial constraints may force them to part ways with key assets during the upcoming summer transfer window, presenting PSG with an opportunity to intensify their pursuit of Gavi.

In another development, Xavi continues to promote young talents from Barcelona’s esteemed La Masia academy to the first team. Eighteen-year-old center-back Sergi Dominguez is the latest prodigy to receive a call-up to first-team training, underscoring Barcelona’s commitment to nurturing homegrown talent. While many young players have already established themselves in the senior squad, including Lamine Yamal, Fermin Lopez, and Pau Cubarsi, others like Unai Hernandez, Marc Guiu, Marc Casado, and Pau Victor regularly train with the first team, showcasing their potential.

Dominguez, who has impressed for Barcelona’s Juvenil A side and earned a promotion to Barca Atletic, possesses notable strengths in aerial duels and ball distribution, positioning him as one of the club’s most promising defensive prospects. Although he did not feature in the squad for the game against Celta Vigo, Dominguez is expected to play a more significant role in Barcelona’s plans in the near future, contributing to the club’s ongoing youth revolution under Xavi’s leadership.

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