Ansu Fati Biography – Ansu Fati Wiki
Ansu Fati full name Anssumane Fati, is a Bissau-Guinean professional footballer who plays as a left winger for Spanish club FC Barcelona B.
Born in Bissau, Fati moved to Spain at the age of six and established himself in Herrera, Seville, Andalusia. After representing local sides CDF Herrera and Sevilla FC, he joined FC Barcelona’s La Masia in 2012, aged 10.
On 24 July 2019, Fati signed his first professional contract with the Catalans, agreeing to a deal until 2022. On 25 August, before even appearing with the reserves, he made his first team – and La Liga – debut, coming on as a late substitute for goalscorer Carles Pérez in a 5–2 home win over Real Betis; aged 16 years and 298 days, he became the second-youngest player to debut for the club, only 18 days older than Vicenç Martinez back in 1941.
Ansu Fati Age
He was born on 31 October 2002 in Bissau, Guinea Bissau.
Ansu Fati Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).
Ansu Fati Parents and Family
Fati’s father Bori played professionally in his home country. He has two brothers, Braima and Miguel, who are also footballers.
Ansu Fati Nationality
Fati is of Guinea-Bissau nationality..
Ansu Fati’s father explains Barcelona signing: “Madrid offered us better terms…”
Ansu Fati realised his dream of playing with Barcelona on Sunday night and became the second youngest player to make a LaLiga appearance in blaugrana in the process. At just 16, the story of how he got there was told by his father, Bori Fati, after the game on Partidazo de Cope.
“This is the happiest day of my life,” he said. “When he told us he was being called up by Valverde I started to cry and my wife too. When he came on, we were on cloud nine. At six or seven, he came to Spain. I had come here before and I didn’t know he played football. They told me I was nor aware of how good my son was and that he was dribbling by everybody.”
“We were at Sevilla and Real Madrid offered me better conditions than Barcelona for my son. But they came to me house to convince us. Albert Puig came and told me that my son had to sign for Barcelona.
“Sevilla got mad and Monchi asked how much they offered, that he wanted him to stay at Sevilla. At nine years old, he went to Sevilla and they left him without playing for a year,” he finished.