Barcelona star Ansu Fati has ‘no interest in leaving the Nou Camp this summer’ despite links to Manchester United…and Catalans are set to include a huge £362m release clause in his new contract
- Barcelona star Ans Fati has no interest in leaving the Nou Camp this summer
- The 17-year-old has repeatedly been linked with a move to Manchester United
- The Red Devils are thought to have had two bids rejected for the midfielder
- But Barca are set to include a £362million release clause in his new contract
Ansu Fati has no interest in leaving Barcelona this summer despite links to Manchester United, according to reports.
The 17-year-old has long been rumoured with a move to Old Trafford with United thought to have had two bids rejected for the midfielder, including an offer in the region of £135million.
But Mundo Deportivo claim Fati’s team are yet to receive a bid with the youngster focused on life at the Nou Camp.
Ansu Fati has no interest in leaving Barcelona this summer despite links to Manchester United
The Devils are thought to have had two bids rejected for the impressive 17-year-old midfielder
Fati is not thinking about joining the Red Devils, or any other club this summer and has zero interest in leaving Spain, the report states.
Sources reportedly told the outlet that the player is ‘calm’ because he will soon sign his first professional contract with the Catalans which will include a transfer clause of £362million.
Fati has scored six times in LaLiga this season and has made 25 appearances in what has been an impressive campaign.
Fati was on the scoresheet as Barcelona beat Leganes 2-0 but did not feature against Seville
Hopes are high that he can go on to succeed Lionel Messi once the Argetine decides to hang up his boots.
The midfielder was on the scoresheet as Quique Setien’s side beat Leganes on Tuesday but played no part in the club’s 0-0 draw with Seville on Friday.
Barca’s club director Xavier Vilajoana recently denied they were prepared to cash in on Fati.
Barca’s club director Xavier Vilajoana recently denied they could cash in on the youngster
He said: ‘For us, there’s no story with Ansu, we have never spoken about selling him.
‘We won’t use players from the academy to make cash.
‘In principle, we have no intention of selling the players we believe will make the first team.’
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