Barcelona winger Ansu Fati, who was born in Africa, is reportedly wanted by three giant clubs in the Premier League amid his struggles under Xavi Hernandez.
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According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the 20-year-old attacker has a number of sides in England's top division paying close attention to his situation in LaLiga.
The promising Guinea Bissau-born player has endured a difficult time at the Catalan giants since inheriting Lionel Messi's No. 10 jersey, having seemingly become a back-up option for head coach Xavi.
Fati has completed 90 minutes on just one occasion in the league so far this season, although club president Joan Laporta has publicly stated that the winger’s future still lies with the Blaugrana.
Manchester United are reportedly among the clubs keeping an eye on Fati amid his recent battle for regular minutes at the LaLiga leaders, while Liverpool and Arsenal have been credited with an interest in the La Masia graduate too.
Premier League clubs, tracking Ansu Fati situation for next summer. Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool well informed. ???? #FCBBayern, currently not working on it.Barcelona insist they want to keep Ansu — second part of the season will be crucial.?? https://t.co/2oGweLGEwY pic.twitter.com/61Sso8Kb0l— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) February 10, 2023
Despite not being among the first names on Xavi's teamsheet of late, Fati has still managed to make 31 appearances in all competitions so far in this campaign, contributing to nine goals.
The Spain international famously burst on to the scene at Barcelona in 2019, playing for the club's first team before turning out for their B side, but has suffered a few long-term injuries in recent seasons.
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Fati has represented the Blaugrana's senior team on 89 occasions since his debut four years ago, scoring an impressive 25 times.Open a tab account, it’s easy! Start betting on local and international soccer now! Liverpool vs Everton pool closes at 19:30 Soccer10 – (S10 V1) 13 February 2023.