Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United move for 21-year-old forward Ansu Fati

Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United move for 21-year-old forward Ansu Fati Transfers

After pushing for a generational change in the forwards, including Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, and Cody Gakpo, Liverpool began a renewal of its midfielders in this summer’s transfer window. They acquired Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai, among others.

While the next point of reinforcement is seen as the defenders, the team is also looking to strengthen its front line. Saudi Arabia is keen on Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, who is rumored to leave next summer if a huge offer arrives.

They are continuously tracking young forwards who can play on the right wing, and various names are being discussed in the media. Other names have also been mentioned, not only of right wingers, but also of players who primarily play on the left wing.

According to FootballTransfers, Liverpool is interested in 21-year-old Spanish international Ansu Fati, with Arsenal and Manchester United also interested, and a battle may develop in the transfer market next year.

The youngster has been touted as the heir apparent to Lionel Messi, but has been plagued by injuries and other problems and has not been able to show the talent he had as a youth player. This season, he joined Brighton on a one-year loan from Barcelona and has scored two goals in eight Premier League games.

He showed great potential as a youngster, scoring 29 goals and 10 assists in 112 games for Barcelona, but he is currently struggling to grow. He has failed to become an absolute mainstay at Brighton and has so far started most of his games from the middle of the park.

He has not adapted well to the physicality and speed characteristic of the English game. It is also believed that Liverpool’s top priority is to return to Spain next season, with the goal of getting more playing time in the La Liga, which he is familiar with.

There is almost no chance that Liverpool will be interested in acquiring him, as he is not the type of player they are looking for in terms of scoring ability. With the likes of Ben Doak and Harvey Elliot waiting in the wings, there is no reason to show a strong interest in a player who is hardly even playing in the Premier League.

A return to Barcelona next season is a realistic prospect, but it would be a different story if he becomes an absolute regular at Brighton in the long season yet to come.

Will there be a future in which the best clubs in England will fight over the young forward from the Spanish national team?