Paris Saint-Germain's coach, Luis Enrique, has firmly ruled out the departure of Fabian Ruiz and Carlos Soler, once considered potential replacements for the injured Gavi at FC Barcelona.
The young midfielder suffered damage to his right anterior cruciate ligament, resulting in a period of absence from the field. This injury adds a challenging chapter to Gavi's promising career, and the Catalan club is now considering potential replacements to fill the void left by his absence.
With La Liga's approval, Barcelona now has the green light to sign a player as Gavi faces time off due to a right knee anterior cruciate ligament injury. While the Catalan club must decide between advancing with Brazilian forward Vito Roque or pursuing a player with similar skills, reports are circulating about potential alternatives.
The talented player, known for his dynamic style and technical prowess, will undergo rehabilitation, and the football world will be eagerly awaiting his return to action, hoping for a swift recovery for the FC Barcelona sensation.
However, two Spaniards from Paris Saint-Germain, Fabian Ruiz (27) and Carlos Soler (26), appear to be off the table. As reported by Sport, their coach, Luis Enrique, is reluctant to let them go, recognizing their crucial contributions at a pivotal point in the season, particularly with the injury to Warren Zaire-Emery.