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As AS has learned, a debate has been opened at the club to decide if Ansu Fati finally goes through the operating room to solve his problems in the biceps femoris of his left leg. Both the doctors and the technicians would be for the work of the player being subjected to an intervention in order to definitively turn off the faucet of muscle relapses that he is suffering this season. The final decision would be pending a meeting with the player and his parents to finish defining postures.

The tests to which he underwent this afternoon have confirmed a break in the hamstring of his left leg, with a zipper opening in the same scar from the previous injury, also affecting the proximal tendon. The approximate discharge prognosis would be 6 to 8 weeks, but with the aggravating circumstance of not being able to guarantee new relapses.

Hence in the club they consider that the best thing is to do a definitive ‘reset’ and put an end to this authentic bloodletting, to avoid entering a loop that is difficult to solve.

In the next few days the final solution will be taken. If he finally goes through the operating room, the approximate discharge time would be set at about three months.