Football NewsAnsu Fati is very close to big return in Barcelona
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The young striker could be discharged on April 9 with the challenge of playing a few minutes in the match against Levante.


Process of recovery is a big success

Ansu Fati is already seeing the light at the end of the tunnel . The player is already in the last steps of his recovery, so it is expected that he will return to Barcelona very soon – the weight of the rehabilitation has been carried by his trusted physio, Joaquín Juan, in Madrid – to return to training with the group. In the ‘Mundo Deportivo’ it was anticipated that on Wednesday or Thursday of next week Fati was expected to return to the work dynamics at the Ciutat Esportiva. As soon as they join training, their physical condition will be assessed to manage their return to the pitch. In principle, it is expected that you will need a minimum of eight to ten sessions to start considering the possibility of medical discharge. Although today it is still premature to set a date, the roadmap of the technicians and doctors, as Spanish journalists have learned, would be that Fati could receive a medical discharge to play a few minutes against Levante on April 10, a match that is in the middle of the Europa League quarter-final tie.


Injury that he got in January

It must be remembered that Ansu was injured on January 20 in the biceps femoris of his left leg , and the doctors recommended that he undergo surgery to avoid further relapses, but the player, after consulting with those around him, preferred conservative therapy . In any case, in the end the recovery time will have been, more or less, the same, since the striker will have been out for almost three months.

Ruled out for Sevilla and also for the first leg against Eintracht , the priority challenge at the club is to avoid a new relapse – he has had two this season -, which would inevitably force him to undergo surgery. Hence, his return to the pitch will be managed prudently and assessing the situation at all times, avoiding unnecessary risks above all.