Xavi and his men struggled to collect all three points against Athletic Club at the weekend away from home as they maintained their 9 points advantage over Ancelotti's men. The Catalan giants will now switch their attention to the next game in the Spanish League where they will be at loggerheads with Real Madrid at the Spotify Camp Nou.
One player that has been linked with a move away from Camp Nou is Ansu Fati.
According to reports coming from Mundo Deportivo via The Faithful, agent Jorge Mendes is prepared to send Fati to Liverpool and other Premier League clubs.
The report claims Fati may end up leaving the Catalan giants in the summer transfer window.
Mundo Deportivo adds that Xavi Hernandez has mainly preferred wingers like Raphinha and Ousmane Dembele in his starting eleven in the current campaign which has made Fati warm the bench. Fati has made 33 appearances for Barcelona this season in all competitions scoring 4 goals and making 3 assists in the process. It remains to be seen if these reports are true.
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