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Tottenham: Spurs interested in signing Ansu Fati

Tottenham: Spurs interested in signing Ansu Fati - Premier League News

Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Barcelona forward Ansu Fati this summer, according to reports from Spain.

The Lowdown: Fati struggling for game-time

Fati has been handed just seven starts by his manager Xavi this season, with the 20-year-old struggling to dislodge the likes of Gavi and Raphinha in the starting XI.

The youngster has committed his long-term future to Barcelona, where he is currently contracted until 2027, and the club have an option to extend his deal by an extra two years.

However, his lack of game-time received has led to him to be linked with a move away from Camp Nou this summer…

The Latest: Tottenham interested in Fati

According to Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo (via Sport Witness), Tottenham are one of the clubs taking an interest in Fati, with his current position in the Barcelona squad not going unnoticed by some elite clubs across Europe.

Both Spurs and Arsenal are said to be keeping an eye on the attacker, should his situation not improve in the coming months, while Bayern Munich and Manchester United are also named as potential suitors.

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The La Masia academy graduate has not managed a goal or assist in his last nine La Liga games prior to Sunday’s clash against Sevilla, but it is difficult to be too critical when four of these appearances were off the bench, only featuring for ten minutes in the recent 2-1 win at Real Betis.

It has not been the productive season that the seven-cap Spain international would have hoped for, but his talent is undeniable, having already scored 25 goals in 88 senior appearances for Barcelona at his tender age, featuring predominantly as a left-winger in the last 50 games he’s played.

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Hailed as a ‘difference-maker’ by football scout Jacek Kulig, the youngster is at the stage of his career where he needs consistent game-time if he is to develop into a top player.

However, given that Antonio Conte already has Son Heung-min – who was the Premier League‘s joint-top scorer last season – at his disposal on the left of the front three, Fati may not get the minutes that he requires, and Tottenham should instead focus on strengthening other areas of their squad.

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