Amid speculation linking African-born wonderkid Ansu Fati with a move away from FC Barcelona, the LaLiga giants have now reportedly made a decision on the prodigious forward's future.
Earlier this week, and amid the ongoing financial crisis at Barcelona, Fati was linked with a move to Italy, with both Inter Milan and Juventus having been credited with an interest in his services, while Real Betis have also made an approach over a possible loan.
According to Sport, however, the Guinea-Bissau-born teenager is unlikely to leave the Catalan giants next season after the club made a decision not to entertain any offers.
This comes after Juve reportedly asked for the 17-year-old as part of a swap deal for midfielder Miralem Pjanic, while Inter made a similar proposal in respect of Barca's pursuit of Lautaro Martinez.
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The reigning LaLiga champions are facing mounting financial challenges and were previously reported to have placed all but three players, namely Lionel Messi, Frenkie de Jong and Marc-Andre ter Stegen, on the transfer list.
Fati now appears to have been included in that list of priceless talent, which comes as little surprise following his record-breaking introduction to the club's first team this season.
Prior to the suspension of the LaLiga campaign due to the coronavirus, Fati had scored five goals in 24 appearances, including strikes that saw him become Barca's youngest-ever goalscorer, and the youngest ever to net in the UEFA Champions League.