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Barcelona 'in no rush to open Ansu Fati contract talks'

Barcelona 'in no rush to open Ansu Fati contract talks'
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Barcelona are not in a rush to address Ansu Fati's contract situation at the club, according to a report.

Barcelona are reportedly not in a rush to address Ansu Fati's contract situation at the club, despite the fact that the teenager's current deal is due to expire in little over 12 months.

The 18-year-old made an excellent start to the 2020-21 campaign, scoring five times and contributing four assists in his opening 10 appearances for the Catalan giants.

Fati has been on the sidelines since November due to a serious knee injury, though, which has seen him undergo surgery on at least two separate occasions.

The teenager's existing deal at Camp Nou is due to expire in June 2022, but according to Marca, Barca are in no rush to renew his contract.

The report claims that both parties are keen to reach an agreement, with Ronald Koeman's side viewing Fati as a key part of their future, meaning that there is no panic surrounding the situation.

The Spain international has scored 13 times and registered five assists in 43 outings for Barca.

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