I don’t think he’ll be happy – Xavi speaks on Chelsea’s interest in Gavi

I don't think he'll be happy - Xavi speaks on Chelsea's interest in Gavi

Xavi, the head coach of Barcelona, has finally decided to speak out on Chelsea’s interest in their star midfielder Pablo Martins Gavi.Xavi speaks on Chelsea's interest in Gavi

According to reports emanating from Spain, the Blues are prepared to hand the Spanish youngster a sizable contract this summer to entice him to west London.

Due to the club’s precarious state, La Liga and Spanish courts annulled 18-year-old’s senior contract with Barcelona.

He will legally be free to go on a free transfer when his current contract expires in the summer, but whether he will actually be interested with a move to Stamford Bridge is yet another tale.

The Barca coach, Xavi appeared to be unconcerned with the issue when asked about Chelsea’s interest in Gavi during his press briefing before Sunday’s game against Getafe.

I don’t think Gavi would be happy at a different club. He has everything here at 18 and is an important player for the team. I think his future is here at the club.”

In order to make Gavi one of the top paid players not only at Chelsea but also in the Premier League, Chelsea is drafting a “blank cheque” for him.

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The player’s parents are anticipated to meet with Todd Boehly again soon.

Footballrover understands that Gavi has no plans to depart from Barcelona during summer and will surely remain at Camp Nou.

Meanwhile, the Spanish giants are still working relentlessly in order to bring in the midfielder to a senior term that fits their budget.

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Gavi has already been in 87 games for Barcelona’s first squad and hasn’t competed for the young team since the start of the previous year.

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