Man Utd Preparing New Offer For Barcelona Star Ansu Fati

By Daily sports on August 26, 2020

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Manchester United remain in the hunt for Barcelona superkid Ansu Fati.

Sport says United are willing to pay a whopping £153million (€170m) to sign Fati.

The Old Trafford club have so far refused to meet Borussia Dortmund’s £108m valuation for winger Jadon Sancho.

But United are willing to pay an additional £45m to bring in 17-year-old Fati before he commits to a new contract at the Nou Camp which includes a £360m buyout clause.

Fati played 33 times in all competitions for Barcelona last season, scoring eight times in his breakout season with the Catalan giants.

The report adds Barca are in talks to upgrade his release fee to a staggering £360m – nearly double the world-record transfer fee which is currently the £198m Paris Saint-Germain spent on Neymar in 2017. (Tribal Football)

•PHOTO: Ansu Fati 

 

Source Daily sports

Posted August 26, 2020


 

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