The aftermath of the case Neymar keep doing havoc in the minds of FC Barcelona, reason why the club does not hesitate to shield the release clauses of its players to avoid seeing them leave too quickly.
Ansu fati, great hope for the future of Camp Nou, signed his contract with the professional team this season, and this was accompanied byan increase in his release clause, passed from 170 to 400 million euros.
But Barca also intended to extend directly the contract of the young international of 17 years until 2024. However, this operation ultimately did not take place and Fati is still under contract until 2022, according to ‘Marca’ information.
The option to extend his contract until 2024 could not be realized since, being still a minor, Ansu Fati cannot be legally extended for more than two years. Thus, when the extension takes place, the player and his agent can in particular negotiate for a nice salary increase of the young crack of 17 years.
We must not forget that the latest information indicates that Barca have already refused an offer of 150 million euros this summer for Ansu Fati, an offer that offered a salary of 10 million euros to the player. ‘Marca’ even indicates that Jorge Mendes, agent of Fati, could use this offer to negotiate the next lease of his colt.
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