Good news for Barcelona fans after losing the league.
By Halfeez | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 8681 views
Brazilian youngstar Gustavo Maia who is the star of the the moment in his country have reportedly completed a dream mega move to Spanish side FC Barcelona from Sao Paulo.
This comes less than 24 hours after Barcelona lost the 2019/2020 Spanish La Liga title to bitter rivals Real Madrid who are now the champions of Spain.
The 19 year old was signed for £4.1 million.Globesporte claims that the teenager caught the eye of the Spanish side after his impressive performance at Sao Paulo in January though he has not played a senior match.
Barcelona also signed Francisco Trincao from sporting Braga,Pedro Lopez and Mattheus Fernandez in January with a fee of 31m,5m and 7m Euros respectively.Barcelona are known for their interest in signing youngstars and promoting players from their second team(La Masia) and these players make great impact in the team such as Sergio Busquets,Sergi Roberto,Lionel Messi and Jordi Alba who was signed from Valencia on the 5th of July 2012.
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