Barcelona are very close to completing the unbelievable summer signing of a Brazilian superstar, who is reported to be one of the most promising player in Brazilian football.
Barcelona sighted the young and versatile player, during the 2019/2020 season and have been making effort to sign the Sao Polo superstar this summer.
Report according to the Daily Mail have stated that, the 19 years old young versatile Sao Polo superstar Gustavo maia, would see his way into the Camp Nou this summer, following an initial €4.5m agreement made, between the 19 years old agent and Barcelona.
Gustavo Maia have been in his top form for the Brazilian club Sao Polo this season, and have by so caught the eyes of top European big clubs, with Barcelona said to be his final destination.
The 19 years old Gustavo Maia signing, would be a very good signing for Barcelona this summer, as the young player is reportedly set to grow and take up the role of Lionel Messi at the club.Gustavo Maia is a left footed winger, with a very high speed on the ball, who could possibly grow and shine instead of Lionel Messi.
The 19 years old Sao Polo superstar is endowed with talent, and will be a very good signing for the Catalans.
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