Manchester United transfer news: Barcelona rejected €150m Ansu Fati bid from Old Trafford




Barcelona turned down a €150 million offer from Manchester United for Ansu Fati the previous summer, as indicated by reports in Spain. 

The winger, who just turned 18 in October, detonated onto the scene last season by scoring eight objectives in 33 games for the Catalan club. 

As indicated by Mundo Deportivo, that structure convinced United to table an eye-watering €150m offer for the young person toward the finish of the mission. 

Nonetheless, at that point Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu straight dismissed the proposition regardless of the monetary emergency confronting the club in the midst of the Covid pandemic. 

Fati wasn't the solitary future star to court interest from some of European football's top clubs. 

Bayern Munich, who whipped Barca 8-2 on their way to the Champions League title the previous summer, fruitlessly offered €40 million for Pedri. 

They were dismissed in spite of the midfielder skirting every chance to break into the Barca first group following a season borrowed at Las Palmas. 

Barcelona were likewise alarmed by specialist Jorge Mendes of a €60m offer for Trincao from an anonymous club, around twofold the sum that the Spanish club paid Braga for him the previous summer. 

Fati has missed a large part of the ebb and flow season with injury, however Pedri has become an installation in Ronald Koeman's midfield and Trincao has now scored three objectives in his last two La Liga appearances.