The Spain international has extended his contract until June 2026 with a release clause amounting to one billion euros.
FC Barcelona learned from the Lionel Messi file. After losing the greatest player in its history, the Catalan club do not want to repeat the same mistakes with the players who embody the future of FC Barcelona. And for this reason, Barça leaders have extended Pedri, a true phenomenon of Spanish football and big favorite for the Golden Boy title, until June 2026 with a release clause amounting to one billion euros to scare away the any interested clubs.
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In addition to the Pedri case, FC Barcelona would like to do the same with regard to Ansu Fati, in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, President Laporta and Barça leaders can be happy to have struck such a big blow by securing the future of the Spain international with the Catalan club. This Friday, Pedri was present at a press conference alongside its president, Joan Laporta, to talk about his contract extension.
The young Spain international is proud to continue his adventure with Barça: “First of all, today is a very happy day for me to have renewed my contract with the club of my dreams, but I wanted to say a special thank you to my friends from La Palma, who are going through a very difficult situation. I want to send them a lot of force. They will get out of it soon. Thanks to the president and the club, I am very happy to be here until 2026. I hope it will last for many more years.
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“I really want to be here and do great things”
“I’m very happy. It’s the club I’ve always wanted to be at. I’ve always said Barça is the club I love. See that they’re betting on you, and that they hope that you will achieve great things makes me proud. The clause gives an idea of what the club is betting on me. I really want to be here and do great things. I want to see the years and the project, all of it counts more than the clause“, added the Spaniard.
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Pedri has spoken out about his injury and hopes to return to competition soon: “I don’t think it has anything to do with last season. It’s true that I’ve played a lot of games, but injury can happen to any player. It’s bad luck because I wanted to have a good start. I don’t set a deadline to play, I have to recover well to be at my best and help the team, which is the most important “.
The Spaniard keeps his feet on the ground despite his meteoric rise: “The Golden Boy? They give you the prize for the work you have done all season. It is a pride to be appreciated, for me and for Barca, which have a lot of very talented young players. I hope. that we can do a lot of things together. I manage to manage the success thanks to my father, my mother and my brother, who help me to keep my feet on the ground. I am very grateful for the advice they give me . If they hadn’t given it to me, I wouldn’t be here. “