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Gabri Veiga makes a move to Italian club following Celta Vigo exit

Celta Vigo player, Gabri Veiga has joined a Serie A club via this season’s transfer window. The negotiations with respect to the player’s move were taking place over the past few days. Veiga who was a youth graduate of the Spanish club, Celta Vigo is now all set to part ways with the team and is destined to join the current champions of Italy, Napoli. The player’s move to his new club in Italy is almost a done deal as per the confirmations of several sources.

Gabri Veiga to join Napoli on permanent deal

Fabrizio Romano via his official revelation let everyone know that Gabri Veiga’s move to Napoli has almost been completed. A verbal agreement has been reached between the clubs for a deal worth £36m plus the add ons for the midfielder. The documents are yet to be prepared and the medical tests shall be scheduled thereon.

Gabriel Veiga who was born in 2002 was a youth graduate of the Spanish club – Celta Vigo. He made his senior debut for the club in the year 2019 at the age of 17. He has scored 21 goals in 120 matches for the club so far during his four stay with the side. The youngster is yet to represent his country at the senior level. He was a part of the Spain’s youth side which finished as runners up in the UEFA European Under-21 championship in 2023.

Napoli have been in stellar form lately. The side won the Serie A title last season by a massive margin. With 90 points to their name, the side won the league title for the first time in 33 years ever since Diego Maradona last lead them to glory in 1990.

The team’s major motto will be to continue their fine run in the league and also achieve significant results in the Champions’ League nowon. The onus will be on the team’s new signings including Gabri Veiga to help the side achieve its objectives hereon.


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