Barcelona will be looking to cash in on Ansu Fati next summer as they work to resolve their salary cap issues, according to Spanish outlet Sport.
The Catalan club are set to begin their plans for the next summer transfer window next month, and at this point, the only thing they believe is certain is that they’ll need to sell players to be able to buy new ones. To that end, they will be open to parting ways with Fati on a permanent basis, following the conclusion of his loan spell with Brighton and Hove Albion this season.
Apparently, Barcelona had reached an agreement with Wolverhampton Wanderers about a permanent transfer of the 20-year-old winger this summer that could’ve seen midfielder Ruben Neves go the other way, but Fati rejected Molineux as his destination and chose to stay and fight for a place in Xavi’s team. But when the season started, it became clear he wouldn’t be a regular starter at Barcelona, so he accepted the proposal to join Brighton on a temporary basis.
Fati’s contract with Barcelona runs until the summer of 2027.
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