Barcelona’s young talent Ansu Fati considering potential transfer to Chelsea, Spurs, or Dortmund

Barcelona's Young Talent Ansu Fati Considering Potential Transfer To Chelsea, Spurs, Or Dortmund

According to the report from ‘Mundo Deportivo’, Ansu Fati from Barcelona is considering leaving the club and has instructed his agent, Jorge Mendes, to gather the offers he has received. The potential destinations for Fati seem to be Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Borussia Dortmund. However, Barcelona is only willing to let him go on loan.

It appears that Ansu Fati may not find Barcelona to be the right place for him this season. The news outlet has revealed that the player, who wears the iconic ’10’ shirt once worn by Xavi Hernandez, has instructed his agent to start collecting offers from other clubs.

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According to reports, the most intriguing offers have come from Premier League clubs Chelsea and Tottenham, as well as Bundesliga runners-up Borussia Dortmund.

Despite making appearances in all three La Liga matches this season, Ansu Fati’s last start for Barcelona was back in June during a friendly against Vissel Kobe. He has only played for less than 50 minutes in total.

Borussia Dortmund presents the biggest challenge and opportunity for Ansu Fati, as he would have the chance to compete in the prestigious Champions League. This is something that Chelsea and Spurs cannot offer.

However, Barcelona might find Chelsea’s proposal the most attractive. The financially stable club could cover a significant portion of Fati’s salary, allowing Barcelona to save money for other transfers, such as the potential acquisition of Atletico Madrid striker Joao Felix.

Moving to North London would almost guarantee Ansu Fati a place in the starting lineup. While he would not participate in European competitions this season, helping his new team qualify for UEFA tournaments would leave a positive impression when he eventually returns to Spain in 2024.

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