FC Barcelona has let go of Ferran Jutglà to Club Brugge for a fee of 5 million euro. The club announced this on their website: “FC Barcelona and Club Brugge have agreed on a 5 million euro transfer for Ferran Jutglà. The Club has included a 10% sell-on clause for any future sale by the Belgian club.
“The Club is very grateful to Ferran Jutglà for his commitment and dedication, and wish him all the best and many successes in the future.
“Ferran Jutglà joined FC Barcelona in summer 2021 from the Espanyol youth set-up, after spending time at teams such as l’Unificación Bellvitge and Sant Andreu. He played 41 times in Barça colours – 32 for Barça B and nine for the first team. And also played in a Maradona Cup friendly match in Saudi Arabia.
“He scored 21 goals for Barça teams, including two goals in competitive games for the first team. Also scoring a goal in a friendly match. He played a total of 464 minutes for the first team across all competitive matches.
“He completed this Primera RFEF Footers season as top scorer with his 19 goals for Barça B (including one penalty).”
Club Brugge have confirmed the same on their website: “Club Brugge reached an agreement with FC Barcelona B for the immediate transfer of Ferran Jutglà. The Spanish forward signed a four-year deal with the blue and black.
“Ferran is an Espanyol Barcelona academy graduate and made the move to FC Barcelona B in July 2021. Last season the 23-year-old attacker scored nineteen goals in 32 fixtures of the Primera División RFEF. He also appeared in 6 Primera División matches in which he score once.