Barcelona defines the future of Ansu Fati

Ansu Fati is being one of the protagonists of the last hours in the transfer market. The young pearl of FC Barcelona could run out of opportunities next year before the arrival of players like Lautaro Martinez or Neymar, added to the recovery of Luis Suarez and the indisputable figures of Antoine Griezmann and above all, Leo Messi, in addition to the recovery of Ousmane Dembélé.

A situation that causes speculation about his departure. The one from Guinea Bisau is barely 17 years old and is at a stage where he needs to play and accumulate minutes. Teams like Juventus, Real Betis or Borussia Dortmund They have considered the option of requesting a transfer and even a transfer, although Barcelona’s plan, at least for the moment, involves counting on the attacker for the next academic year.

Barcelona declares Ansu Fati untransferable

In this sense, the newspaper Sport It has been shown more than blunt on its cover this Wednesday. “Barcelona declares Ansu Fati untransferable“reports the Catalan newspaper, which ensures that the club has made it clear to its environment that they have complete confidence in it and that will not appear in the next transfer market.

Messi and Ansu Fati hug after one of the Guinean’s goals (Photo: UEFA).

The idea of ​​Barcelona is that Ansu Fati continue training at the club. At the moment, the attacker continues to have a file with the subsidiary and is not part of the first team, but has been working at the orders of Ernesto Valverde, first, and Quique Setién, after.

In addition, the player is happy at Barcelona and, at the moment, does not contemplate an exit. Of course, the need for minutes could relegate a footballer whose market value, according to Transfermarkt, amounts to 36 million euros Despite his young age.

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