Lionel Messi’s No.10 shirt at Barcelona has authoritatively been passed down to Ansu Fati following the six-time Ballon d’Or victor’s transition to Paris Saint-Germain.
Theory about whether Barca would resign the No.10 shirt has been seething since Messi’s takeoff toward the beginning of August, with the Catalan monsters compelled to abandon re-marking the Argentine whiz because of a continuous monetary emergency.
Barca have now reported their choice to keep the pullover available for use, and high school forward Ansu has been given the honor of continuing in the strides of Messi, who is currently proceeding with his profession in France in the wake of joining PSG on a free exchange.
Ansu has been trusted with the No.10 shirt after a gigantically encouraging beginning to his vocation at Barca, who carried him into the main group crease in 2019 finishing his ascent their foundation positions over the past seven years.
Ansu Fati showed up in 42 games across all rivalries for the Blaugrana, tracking down the net on 13 events while turning into the club’s most youthful ever goalscorer.
The 18-year-old’s advancement was ended by a genuine knee injury in November 2020, yet he has recently gotten back to full preparing following nine months uninvolved, and could be in line to return when Ronald Koeman’s side interpretation of Bayern Munich in the Champions League bunch stage after the global break.