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Barcelona Send Defiant Transfer Message to Premier League Giants Concerning ‘Spectacular’ Forward

Ansu Fati controlling the ball

Despite rumors linking him to Arsenal and Manchester United, Ansu Fati is looking more and more likely to stay with Barcelona. According to Manchester Evening News, his father was quoted in an interview saying that the Spaniard is ‘guaranteed’ to stay with the club.

Ansu Fati: He’s Not Leaving Barcelona Anytime Soon

Barcelona’s Higher-Ups Value Ansu Fati

After scoring two goals in a 3-0 win against RCD Mallorca, the forward has now scored six times in 35 appearances across all competitions: a figure that fans are not used to seeing their number 10 scoring.

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However, Xavi still values the talents of the attacker: calling him a ‘spectacular asset’ to the team. Adding to this, President Joan Laporta stated that he and the club have ‘high hopes’ for the player. With the backing of key figures within the organization, it appears that they have enough trust in the La Masia product to keep him in hopes of more success in future campaigns.

Fans Eager For Him to Stay

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Taking to social media after the match, supporters expressed their opinions about the current status of the 20-year-old. They were adamant about him staying with the 27-time La Liga champions: saying ‘he needs more time’, and to ‘keep him no matter what’.

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Having finished 2nd in the Golden Boy Award to Erling Haaland in 2020, it’s clear that fans of the Catalan club are insisting that Xavi keep involving the youngster in hopes he can become as dominant as the Norwegian has at Manchester City.

The Impact Messi’s Return Could Have

With the Argentinian superstar leaving PSG as a free agent in the summer, Xavi made his opinion about a possible return to Spain public: saying that he has ‘no doubt’ the 35-year-old would help the team achieve their goals. As it pertains to the young winger, there certainly wouldn’t be anyone more suited in the world to mentor him than the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner. After all, who better to develop the right-footed player labelled as ‘Messi’s Successor’ than the left-footed legend himself?


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