Saturday, December 4, 2021

Barcelona youngster Ansu Fati is expected to return to action after the International break

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Barcelona has received some really encouraging news on one of their players who is currently injured. AnsuFati, the teen phenomenon who grabbed the globe by storm in the 2019/20 season and had a fantastic start to the previous season, has been out with an injury for about 10 months.

After breaking his meniscus in his left knee in a match against Real Betis in November of last year, the 18-year-old has had to undergo three surgeries and overcome obstacles in his recovery, making the previous year a great experience.

Fati, on the other hand, has lately resumed light training, and it won’t be long before Barcelona supporters see the teenage wonder back on the pitch. According to a MARCA report, the Spanish international might be back on the pitch as soon as next month.

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According to the report, Fati will be ready for selection for the Catalan giants immediately following the international break, which runs from August 30 to September 8. On September 11th, Barcelona will play Sevilla in La Liga, which is when the La Masia product is scheduled to return. Applause greeted him as he returned to team practice, as did a tunnel ritual in which the players patted him in turn, like a guard of honor.

Fati has made 43 appearances for Barcelona since coming into the main squad in the 2019/20 season, scoring 13 goals and setting up five more. The four-time capped Spanish international, widely considered as a generational talent, will almost certainly play a key role for the Blaugrana following Lionel Messi’s surprising departure.

In the 1-1 draw against Athletic Bilbao this past weekend, Barcelona lost Gerard Pique and Eric Garcia to injury and suspension, respectively. For the next game against Getafe, Ronald Koeman is expected to have Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Oscar Mingueza, and Philippe Coutinho back from injury.

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This, combined with the announcement of AnsuFati’s impending return, bodes well for the Catalan giants.

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