Barcelona also turned down Manchester United’s second offer for striker Ansu Fati. The Red Devils have increased the offer and expressed readiness to pay 150 million euros, but this amount turned out to be insufficient for the Catalans, the Times reports. United’s first offer a week ago was for 100 million euros, but Barcelona does not plan to part with the 17-year-old talent.
Manchester United still have a chance to attract the player, but for this purpose they have to pay 170 million euros, which is the buyout clause.
The teenager from Guinea-Bissau with a Spanish passport is a product of the Barcelona Academy and already has matches for the Iberian national team for under-21s. This season he recorded 24 games with 5 goals and 1 assist for the representative team of the Catalans.