Ansu Fati Asks To Leave Barcelona! [Full Details]

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Barcelona youngster Ansu Fati has asked to leave Barcelona with immediate effect this summer, MySportDab reports.

Regarded as one of the most promising youngsters and exciting midfielders, Fati has seen his rating dropped significantly under Barcelona manager, Xavi Hernandez.

AS Sports reports Fati wants to leave having struggled for a starting role at the club of recent under Xavi.

In Barcelona’s Laliga opener against Getafe, Ansu Fati started from the bench. He came on in the 79th minute as a late substitute.

Fati was left frustrated during the game against Getafe despite coming on as a late substitute.

Xavi Hernandez elected to start the likes of Lamine Yamal and Abde Ezzalzouli ahead of him further complicating his place in the squad.

Ansu Fati had a brilliant start to life with Barcelona after making his senior debut for the club at the age of 16 in 2019.

He was Barcelona’s youngest goalscorer after he scored against Real Betis in Laliga. He also scored at the age of 16 in Champions League against AC Milan.

However, his Barcelona career suffered a standstill when he picked up a debilitating injury blow in 2020 that ruled him out for nine months.

He returned to the team after recovering from the injury and was given Lionel Messi’s no.10 shirt due to his prolific and promising stats with the club.

However, it appears the tides have turned recently against the youngster as he is now struggling for a starting berth under Xavi.

He has made 110 appearances for the club, scoring 29 goals with 19 assists.

Amidst his call to leave the club, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are leading the list of Premier League clubs interested in signing Ansu Fati.

Fati has four years remaining on his Barcelona contract.

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