The Spanish-Guinean forward Ansu Fati has renewed his contract with FC Barcelona until June 30, 2027, five more years than he had, and a clause of 1,000 million, as confirmed this Wednesday by the Catalan team.

The news of the new agreement with the young attacker, who will turn 19 on October 31 and who has just returned after overcoming a knee injury, came at the end of the match against the Ukrainian Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League, settled with a 1-0 victory and in which the attacker played the second half.

Fati, who will give a press conference this Thursday after formalizing (12.00 hours) his new contract, arrived at the Masía in 2012 and debuted with the first team under the guidance of Ernesto Valverde at the start of the 2019-2020 season in the match against him. Betis with only 16 years and 298, a precocity only surpassed by Vicente Martínez (16, 9 months and 7 days).

Shortly after, he scored against Osasuna and then he did become the youngest footballer to score with the Blaugrana shirt in the League at 16 years and 304 days. In the Champions League, he is also the youngest to score, thanks to the goal he scored against Inter Milan, aged 17 years and 40 days.

In total, Ansu Fati, whom national coach Luis Enrique Martínez made his debut against Germany in the Nations League in September 2020, has scored 15 goals, 13 in the League and two in the Champions League, in 47 games with FC Barcelona.