Barcelona football club of Spain midfielder has continued to make waves for the Catalan club as he becomes the fourth youngest player to score in the club history in the La Liga Santander. The Spanish midfielder, who joined Barcelona in 2020 from Las Palmas for a fee of about five million Euros, achieved the feat when he scored in Barcelona's 5-2 victory over Real Betis on Saturday at the age of 17 years and 348 days. He became the fourth Barcelona player to score before celebrating his 18th birthday following on from Ansu Fati who scored at the age of 16 years and 304 days, Bojan Krkic who scored at the age of 17 years and 53 days and Lionel Messi who scored at the age of 17 years and 311 days.
Meanwhile, Manchester City football club of England are set to offer their English midfielder Phil Foden a new contract. With the new contract, Manchester City are planning to treble the wages of the English international, who came through the ranks of Manchester City youth system. The 20 years old, who currently earns 25000 pounds basic per week, has played 10 times for the Manchester club this season scoring three goals in the process.
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