Woman ‘gifts Barcelona’s Gavi her number’ at autograph session – and he takes it

A female Barcelona fan appeared to give her phone number to midfielder Gavi during a club autograph session.

The 18-year-old starlet was meeting supporters and posing for pictures at the Camp Nou store earlier this week after signing a new contract with the Catalan giants, which has tied him down until 2026 with a mega €1billion (£875m) release clause.

A video from the event showing Gavi being handed a piece of paper by one woman, presumably with her number written on, has gone viral on social media, racking up millions of views. He took it from her before they smiled for the camera.

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One viewer noted: "That girl gave Barcelona's midfielder Gavi a paper with her number on it." Another commented: "HAHAHAHA the girl gave Gavi her number. Goal inside and outside the pitch."

A shocked fan replied: "Did she just give Gavi her number like that? Shoot your shot, miss." And a fourth wrote: "That girl who gave her number to Gavi I mean what a smart girl, I would do the same thing if I met Neymar."

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Gavi's relationship status is unknown, with his full focus seemingly on becoming one of the best players in the world. Since making his debut for Barca in August 2021, he has been a regular in Xavi's side.

The Spaniard has started all of their La Liga matches so far this season and has also broken through for his national side over the last 12 months.

It's clear to see why Barca were keen to extend his deal past next summer, and he joins team-mates Pedri, Ansu Fati, Ferran Torres, Raphinha, Jules Kounde and Ronald Araujo in having €1bn release clauses.

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