Check Out The Barcelona Player Juventus Wants To Sign As Ronaldo's Replacement [Photos]
By Mystical_Wondaz | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 4 views
Juventus have come to understand that every club Cristiano Ronaldo leaves, it's usually hard to replace him and they certainly know that he doesn't have many years of top-class football in him so finding his replacement is very important before they become like other team's when he left them.
Juventus have ended their search for one of Barcelona finest teenage player looking at wonder kid Ansu Fati as a possible replacement.
Fati broke out in the Barcelona first-team in the 2019/20 season under Ernesto Valverde, whose hand was forced to play the youngster when Lionel Messi, Ousmane Dembele, and Luis Suarez went on to suffer from injuries early on in the season. Then 16, Fati did not disappoint and scored his first goal for the club against Osasuna in only his second game.
Since his debut, Fati has been banging goals for fun before his recent injury problems.
With a release clause of €400 million dangling around his neck, there's little to no possibility that he leaves the club where he has as a pre-teen and is assured of first-team actions.
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