Spanish winger Ansu Fati has signed a new long-term contract at Barcelona which includes a €400 million (£367m/$468m) buy-out clause.
Fati’s original agreement was due to expire in two years, but the Blaugrana have managed to tie him down to fresh terms and increase his original release clause by €230m (£211m/$269m).
Barca have also officially unveiled the talented teenager as a senior level player ahead of his 18th birthday on October 31, and he will be expected to play an even larger role in the team over the course of the new La Liga season, which kicked off last weekend.
At the age of 16 years and 298 days, the 17-year-old's became the second-youngest player in the club's history to be handed his full debut during a 5-2 win against Real Betis on August 25, 2019, before becoming their youngest goalscorer of all-time a 2-2 draw with Osasuna a week later.
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