Barcelona forward, Ansu Fati has completed a temporary move to the Premier League with Brighton. The club recently had its say via a press statement, and fans have been reacting.
According to the manager, Roberto De Zerbi, Fati is a player who is considered talented across the globe, and he can definitely get him back to the level he deserves to be.
Roberto added that the move was clearly a good deal for all parties involved this summer.
His words, “This is a great deal for all of us. I am sure Ansu will help us to reach a new target and we can help him get back at the level he deserves to be.”
Anssumane Fati Vieira (born 31 October 2002) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion, on loan from La Liga club Barcelona. Born in Guinea-Bissau, he represents the Spain national team.
Fati chose to play for Spain after gaining Spanish citizenship rather than representing Guinea-Bissau, he was considered one of Spain’s most exciting football talents, and one of the best young players in the world.
He moved to Seville with his family at the age of six, when his older brother Braima signed for Sevilla FC. His other brother, Miguel Fati, is also a footballer. His older cousin, Ença Fati is a footballer in Portugal.
His father, Bori Fati, is an ex-footballer, who was born in Guinea-Bissau. After emigrating to Portugal, Bori played for some teams in the lower leagues. Then he moved to Marinaleda, a small town located near Seville that was offering work to immigrants. After struggling in Marinaleda, he met the mayor, Juan Manuel Sánchez Gordillo, and found a job as a driver.
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