the announcement of the Catalan club on the class of 2007

the announcement of the Catalan club on the class of 2007

Il Barcelona its future is assured, given the many young people who are blossoming in recent years. Not only Pedri and Gavi, now also established in the national team with Spain, but also the more recent cases of Lamine Yamal, Fermin Lopez and Pau Cubarsi. The latter, a defender born in 2007, has already become a cornerstone of Xavi’s Barça, making 20 appearances this season in La Liga, the Champions League and the Copa del Rey. The Catalan club believes a lot in the qualities of the 17-year-old Catalan, so much so that it has just made the contract renewal until 2027.

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Cubarsi renews until 2027: 500 million clause

In the renewal, Barcelona has inserted a release clause of 500 million euros. A shocking figure for such a young boy, confirming the value that the club attributes to him not only in the immediate future but also in the future. Below is Barça’s announcement: «FC Barcelona and the player Pau Cubarsí have reached an agreement to extend his contract, which will tie him to the club until 30 June 2027».

Who is Pau Cubarsi?

Grew up in La Masia, the famous structure where Barcelona’s young talents are cultivated, Cubarsí spent his entire career in the youth sector of the Catalan club, and previously spent 4 years at Girona. After making his debut in September 2023 with Barcelona B, Xavi launched him into the first team last January. His rise was sudden, so much so that he became an undisputed starter. In addition to his great technical and athletic qualities, he immediately amazed us personality and the ability to play with extreme tranquility even on prestigious stages such as those of the Champions League. He prefers the role of central defender but over time he could also experiment with new positions. He has already received a call-up to Spain and should be part of the squad for Euro2024.

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