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Ansu Fati It is without a doubt the fashion name of the culé quarry. The recently nationalized Spanish footballer was the protagonist by surprise at the start of the current season in the FC Barcelona. The stellar minutes in his debut against Betis on the second day made Valverde count on him as revulsive and even as a starter in the games in which Barça was short of troops up after the injuries of Messi, Dembélé, Suárez or Griezmann. Ansu took advantage of his minutes and reaped two goals and one assist in the month of September. And since then we have not known anything more about him, at least with the Barcelona shirt.
Yes it is true that after his fantastic start, the RFEF administration put the batteries to nationalize him and a few days later he debuted with the sub 21. Also the option arose that Fati played the U17 World Cup who has just started to measure his age players, but FC Barcelona decided not to send him to play and decide to continue working with the first team. However, the pearl culé has made everything but play. In fact, He has played an official match with Barcelona since September 24 against Villarreal, and the logical question that many fans ask is why, if Ansu Fati has no place in the first team (something understandable seeing the competition in his post), he did not go to play at least the World Cup. It seems that Barça, for not risking injury and standing still, does not send to the World Cup, but slowing its projection in this way They could have shot themselves in the foot.
The explosion of Ansu Fati, on the other hand, has generated a kind of blindness in the barcelonismo that prevents seeing other talents that the culé quarry has. Of first, the other revulsive in this start of the culé season was Carles Pérez which has also been out of the first team since late September. Carles's numbers don't fall short either, and he did one goal and three assists in the six games he played with the first team. Following the natural order of progression of a player, the one who should the jump to the first team should be the Catalan but, once again, is Ansu Fati involved.
Another great forgotten player in the forgotten quarry is Abel Ruíz. The canterano culé was part of the team that conquered the Youth league In 2018, he was European champion with the U19. He was promoted to the second team two seasons ago and is one of the culinary hopes in a cursed position in La Masía, the lead. Ruíz along with Alejandro Marques, are the two promises in the culé attack point. However, it would seem that the quota of “young revulsives” has already been filled with Ansu Fati, and Valverde does not have the front strikers to, eventually, give rest or alternative to a more questioned Luis Suarez as the years go by.
Yes there are a path that Ansu Fati cannot follow is that of other early promises like Bojan or Munir, players with whom he ran a lot with his progression but ended up being a fiasco. The other side of the coin, a patient with patience as Riqui Puig who says “no” to go on loan and wants to continue growing in 2ªB. Barcelona must be extremely cautious and try to avoid mistakes in its player project how to deprive one of playing a World Cup to sit on the bench. It only remains to wait if Ansu Fati, Carles Pérez, Abel Ruíz, Marqués, or Riqui Puig have a place in Barça of the future.