Journalist Claims Spanish Ace Has “75% Chance” Of Moving Clubs With “Offers” Received From Chelsea And Spurs

Journalist Claims Spanish Ace Has “75% Chance” Of Moving Clubs With “Offers” Received From Chelsea And Spurs

Chelsea and Tottenham have both made “offers” for Barcelona forward Ansu Fati, according to Spanish journalist Helena Condis.

It is believed that the 20-year-old had a meeting with his agent, Jorge Mendes, yesterday where he declared his willingness to change clubs before the transfer deadline. Condis claims there is now a “75% chance” that the player will move by Friday night:

It is thought that today could be a decisive day in terms of Fati’s future. Up until now, he has been reluctant to leave Barca, where he has spent the last 11 years.

However, the Spanish international has been left out of the starting lineup by his manager Xavi at the start of this season, having been given three substitute appearances.

The feeling is that Fati will have to leave the Camp Nou in order to get the game time he needs to continue his development as a player.

Chelsea are considering at least four options to strengthen their forward line

Fati is not the only winger that the Blues have identified as a possible transfer target heading into the final few days of the transfer window.

Manchester City’s Cole Palmer is said to be a genuine option that is under consideration, with there being a real possibility that the Citizens will sanction the player’s transfer to Stamford Bridge.

Formal enquiries have also been made for the likes of Arsenal’s Emile Rowe and Sporting Lisbon’s Marcus Edwards but, at this stage, it seems as if Chelsea have focused their attention on signing either Fati or Palmer.

David Tully

David Tully

David has worked as a football reporter for the last fifteen years. Having started as an intern at Snack Media, he then went on to become a freelancer, working on various different sites. At the start of 2023, he took up his current role as content writer for National World's Football News Network.