Unnecessary stress for Ansu Fati
Ansu Fati has inherited Lionel Messi’s No.10 shirt at Barcelona, and the player’s father has even gone to the club’s store to buy a lot of his son’s shirts. But the question is now to be asked if the player should have been given the number. And he’s now coming back after a 10-month injury-enforced absence. The form he’ll be able to find cannot be predicted.
Ansu fati and the unnecessary pressure he got
Patience is needed with Ansu Fati. Ronald Koeman has already said as much ahead of the player’s return. They’ll take things slow, without rushing him and without risking a relapse. Barcelona shouldn’t have moved so quickly by giving him the No.10, as it’s significance is clear. The last players to wear the shirt at the Camp Nou have been Messi, Ronaldinho, Juan Roman Riquelme and Rivaldo. Ansu isn’t at that level yet. He has a long way to go, he has a truly long way to go through so giving him No.10 is a indeed risky move from Barcelona, it looks like they are just trying to give themself some kind of false sense of hope on Ansu fati, considering that many forwarders and player who generally played of offense left. We are talking about Lionel Messi, Antoine Griezmann and Luis Suarez, this can be cause of many bad things toward Ansu fati, this No.10 just is unbelievably unnecessary and we can’t even say it as a fact, will Ansu fati be a great contender on offensive side, considering his injury and how long it lasted.
Ansu fati’s and his situation’s future
It gives the impression that Barcelona are clinging onto their youngster as their great hope, with Messi, Antoine Griezmann and Luis Suarez all having left recently. There’s also a little bit more than a hint of them wanting to erase Messi’s footprint as soon as possible, and we don’t know will Ansu fati be a great offensive player, so at this point this is an absolute gamble at this point.