What seemed like an outright agreement between Napoli and Celta Vigo on Gabri Veiga’s signing is now on shaky ground. In the last few hours the situation has taken an unexpected turn that is jeopardizing operations, as reported by Fabrizio Romano and confirmed by journalist Matteo Moretto.
The reason for this sudden complication lies in a change in the terms of the contract that was supposed to unite the player with the Italian club. Even though the harmony between the parties seemed perfect for weeks and the teams were only concerned with reaching an agreement, some details remained in limbo.
Napoli’s signing of Gabri Veiga is complicated
Gabri Veiga waited for the details to be clarified in order to travel to Naples and undergo a medical examination. Meanwhile, at Celta de Vigo, he continued to train relatively normally and even played a few minutes on the first day of the season. However, on the second day, when his transfer appeared to be nearing completion, he was called up by Rafa Benítez without warming up. Everything pointed to an impending sale, which will have to wait for now.
Despite this complication, it is important to note that the signature has not been completely abandoned. Both parties continue negotiations to remove the obstacles encountered. Celta want €36m for the transfer of their youth player, a sum already agreed with Napoli and this sale would be essential to complete their squad.
In Italy, they have high expectations for Gabri Veiga and hope he becomes one of the reigning Serie A champions’ new stars. To do this, however, they must agree on the points on which they are currently unable to reach agreement. agree
The saga of Gabri Veiga has become one of the longest and most discussed of the summer. Rumors about his future were already circulating before the end of last season and since then Celta de Vigo have been in talks with various clubs interested in signing him. With these complications in the deal, uncertainty now reigns over the talented player’s fate as Vigo continues to plan his squad with a view to Veiga sale.