Both Liverpool & Man City ready to trigger star’s release clause for exciting transfer

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Liverpool and Manchester City are reportedly both ready to pay Gavi’s release clause as they eye a transfer move for the Barcelona wonderkid.

The 17-year-old midfielder is one of the most exciting young players in Europe at the moment, and it’s little surprise to see ongoing transfer gossip stories surrounding the teenager.

According to Marca, there is not yet an agreement for Gavi to sign a new contract at Barcelona, which could mean there’s genuine hope for Liverpool and City in luring him away this summer.

The report claims the Premier League giants are ready to pay the €50million required to trigger Gavi’s release clause, which could make him an absolute bargain in the long run.

Gavi in action for Barcelona

Liverpool could be an ideal destination for the Spain international, as he’s perhaps more likely to get regular playing time and a chance to develop his game under Jurgen Klopp, who has so often done a great job with young players.

At City, however, there would be the chance to work under Pep Guardiola, who is a Barcelona legend and perhaps the perfect mentor for him in midfield.

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  1. One wonders if this is really the case! City have De Bruyne, Silva, Foden, Fernandhinio, Gundogan , Rodri, Foden, Palmer. Fernandhinio will be leavung so the priority would be for a defensive midfield player. Gundigan will probably leavenext year so city have a whole year. Unless another of their players is trying to force an exit why would they want Gavi?
    As for Liverpool they hsve Eliot, Jones and Carvhalio, all under 22. With Milner, Thiago, Henderson over 30, it leaves only Fabinho and Keita in the 25 to 30 age bracket. Why sould Liverpool wnt another under 22 midfield player? One would expect that the priority would be someone around 25 that can take oxlades space in the squad but have much more play time not just in cups. So again unless a player wants to leave why would they want Gavi?
    This looks like beeing just rumours or just another article to achieve an article quota limit and does not seemto be true.

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