Ansu Fati Biography – Ansu Fati Wiki
Ansu Fati full name Anssumane Fati, is a Bissau-Guinean professional footballer who plays as a left winger for Spanish club FC Barcelona B.
Born in Bissau, Fati moved to Spain at the age of six and established himself in Herrera, Seville, Andalusia. After representing local sides CDF Herrera and Sevilla FC, he joined FC Barcelona’s La Masia in 2012, aged 10.
On 24 July 2019, Fati signed his first professional contract with the Catalans, agreeing to a deal until 2022 with a release clause of €100 million. On 25 August, before even appearing with the reserves, he made his first team – and La Liga – debut, coming on as a late substitute for goalscorer Carles Pérez in a 5–2 home win over Real Betis; aged 16 years and 298 days, he became the second-youngest player to debut for the club, only 18 days older than Vicenç Martinez back in 1941.
On 31 August 2019, he scored his first La Liga goal for FC Barcelona against CA Osasuna, becoming the youngest player to score in FC Barcelona’s history.
On 14 September 2019, Fati became the youngest player in the history of La Liga to score and assist in the same match aged 16. Fati scored in the 2nd minute and assisted Frenkie de Jong in the 7th against Valencia to take the record.
Ansu Fati Contract
On 24 July 2019, Fati signed his first professional contract with the Catalans, agreeing to a deal until 2022 with a release clause of €100 million (£90.5m/$122.5m).
Ansu Fati Salary
Fati demanded an annual salary of €1m before signing his current contract with the Catalans.
Ansu Fati Age
He was born on 31 October 2002 in Bissau, Guinea Bissau. He is 17 years old.
Ansu Fati Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).
Ansu Fati Parents
Ansu Fati’s parents are Bori Fati (father) and Lurdes Fati (mother). His father, Bori Fati, played professionally in his home country. Bori moved from Guinea Bissau to Spain in 2001. He worked a series of jobs before becoming a driver for Juan Manuel Sanchez Gordillo, the mayor of Marinaleda in Seville. Gordillo helped Bori bring his wife and children to Spain from Guinea Bissau.
Ansu Fati Family – Ansu Fati Brothers
He is the son of Bori Fati and Lurdes Fati. He has four siblings; Brahima Fati, Miguel Fati, Djeny Fati, and Djucu Fati. His two brothers, Braima Fati and Miguel Fati are also footballers on Barca’s books. Brahima is on loan at Calahorra from the Camp Nou while his younger brother plays in the same La Masia youth team as Thiago Messi, son of Lionel.
Ansu Fati Nationality
Fati is of Guinea-Bissau nationality.
Ansu Fati Religion
Fati’s religion is Christianity.
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Muy contento de firmar mi primer contrato profesional con el @fcbarcelona, un sueño cumplido, mi primera opción siempre fue quedarme aquí, dar las gracias a mi familia por apoyarme cada día en este sueño que seguiré disfrutando, y por último agradecer a toda la gente que desde que llegue en alevín,a todos mis compañeros y entrenadores, trabajadores de masia , fisios … me ayudaron a crecer como persona y como jugador. Seguiré trabajando para seguir cumpliendo mis sueños Visca el Barça🔵🔴