FC Barcelona is compelled to seek a replacement in the upcoming January transfer window, and as reported by Mundo Deportivo, potential candidates for this role include Fabian Ruiz and Carlos Soler, both players of Paris Saint-Germain.
The Catalan club has officially confirmed the severe injury sustained by their young prodigy, Gavi, who suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament and is scheduled to undergo surgery on the lateral meniscus at the end of this week.
The 19-year-old's current season is in jeopardy, and a concrete timeline for his return is yet to be established, making it highly likely that he will miss Euro 2024 and the Olympic Games with Spain next summer.
As of now, Carlos Soler and Fabian Ruiz, have been noteworthy figures for the club. Soler, known for his versatility in midfield, has brought stability and playmaking prowess to PSG's midfield, contributing to both defensive and offensive phases. On the other hand, Fabian, a skilled midfielder, has showcased his ability to control the tempo of the game and provide crucial passes.
Considering the injury to Warren Zaire-Emery, the loan of players from PSG to La Liga could face complications. However, the unfolding situation remains intriguing to observe.