The Brazilian midfielder has only scored one Champions League match for the Blaugrana and now has seen his match.
Matheus Fernandes was released by Barcelona after taking just 17 minutes of playing time for the League giants.
The Brazilian midfielder sees a move to Camp Nou in January 2020, with the switch completed after a loan spell at Real Valladolid came to an end.
He arrived in Catalunya with high expectations and with a contract signed until 2025, but came off the bench in just one Champions League match and has now seen that his transaction has been terminated.
What was said?
Confirm the separation of ways from the club Official Website, the Blaugrana said: “FC Barcelona have informed the Brazilian player Matheus Fernandes that the club no longer needs his services and the contract he had until June 2025 will end.
The player, who was born in Itaboraí on June 30, 1998, arrived at Barca in 2020, but loaned to Valladolid for the rest of the season.
“He then joined Barca’s senior team in the 2020-21 pre-season.”
The bigger picture
Matheus made his solo performance for Barca against Dynamo Kyiv on 24 November 2020.
He was bought in a € 7 million deal with Palmeiras, with the possibility of a further € 3 million being paid in additions.
No further investment in the South American will be made because he has been released to find another club.
Barcelona are refreshing their ranks, with a number of upcoming things.
Offers have already been set for Eric Garcia, Sergio Aguero, Emerson Royal and Memphis Depay, with the promise that more will come, while people like Philippe Coutinho and Samuel Umtiti see exits indicated.