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Three Clubs Are Considering Snapping up Ansu Fati

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FC Barcelona’s talent, Ansu Fati, is currently on loan at Brighton, and this summer, Sevilla, Wolverhampton, and Valencia are eyeing a move for him.

Ansu Fati was predicted to have a great future when he broke through into FC Barcelona’s first team at a very young age.

However, injuries have stalled his progress, and this season he has been loaned out to Brighton in the Premier League.

The move has not been a great success, and he is expected to move on this summer, with three clubs showing interest.

According to the Spanish newspaper Sport, Valencia, Sevilla, and Wolverhampton are all considering bringing the 21-year-old Ansu Fati in on a loan deal this summer.

This season, the talent has made a total of 23 appearances for Brighton, scoring four goals and providing one assist.

The young star was predicted to have a great future at Barcelona. Several times, he was even referred to as “the new Messi”, but he never achieved his big breakthrough.

Therefore, there are no indications that the Catalan giants are planning to bring him back. On the contrary, they are more interested in sending him out on another loan spell in hopes that it can accelerate his development.

His contract with Barcelona runs until the summer of 2027.

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