MADRID, March 13 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The FC Barcelona player Gavi could be registered again with the Blaugrana subsidiary after a court lifted the precautionary measures that, against LaLiga, allowed the club to register the homegrown midfielder with the first team, on the last day of the market winter.
“LaLiga has received notification from Barcelona Commercial Court number 10, informing of the lifting of the precautionary measures agreed on January 31, 2023 for the Gavi case, due to the fact that Barcelona did not comply with the deadlines established for the presentation of the lawsuit. principal”, LaLiga explained to the media.
With this judicial decision, due to formal defects in the lawsuit filed by FC Barcelona to be able to register the player from the subsidiary with the first team and thus make his renewal effective until 2026, the player may have to be registered again with the subsidiary as what’s left of the season
On a sporting level, the Andalusian could continue playing in LaLiga Santander and in the Copa del Rey normally. Of course, the number ‘6’, reserved for players of the first team, could disappear from his shirt and have to recover the ’30’.
The problem is that Gavi’s previous contract ended at the end of this season and, if the court rejects Gavi’s registration with the first team and LaLiga does not accept the new contract –signed in September 2022–, the player could go free.
On January 31, 2023, Barça managed to register Gavi with the first team -and with the new contract- thanks to the fact that the same court that now lifts the precautionary measures -apparently, for arriving a day late- – gave the green light to its registration
So, for FC Barcelona, the first resolution recognized the “dominant position” of LaLiga and considered that there was a “principle of legitimacy” in its claim and “that the non-registration of the player before the closing window would imply the freedom of this and, therefore, a very serious and irreparable damage” for the entity.
Before that sentence, LaLiga announced that it would appeal the decision through the courts and confirmed that the Andalusian midfielder would be registered in the first team of FC Barcelona in compliance with the order of precautionary measures.
Now, with LaLiga’s appeal accepted by the Commercial Court number 10 of Barcelona, the registration would be canceled and Gavi would be registered again, not to play, with the subsidiary awaiting a next judicial movement from FC Barcelona, which he considers that there were no formal defects in the demand to register the midfielder.