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Barcelona 'forced to put Ansu Fati contract talks on hold'

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Barcelona are forced to put contract talks with teenage attacker Ansu Fati on hold, according to a report.
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Barcelona have reportedly been forced to put contract talks with Ansu Fati on hold, as the attacker's agent Jorge Mendes is unhappy with the current proposal on the table.

The Catalan giants are working to sign the 18-year-old to a new contract, with his current deal at Camp Nou due to expire next year, although the club do have the option of activating an extension.

Barcelona were thought to be close to reaching an agreement with the Spain international over a deal which would include a release clause of €1bn (£840m).

However, according to El Nacional, negotiations have stalled, as Mendes, who represents Fati, is not prepared to agree on the buy-out figure that Barcelona want, while there are also issues with the length of the deal, with the agent wanting a two-year extension.

The report claims that Mendes wants to sit down again with the Catalan outfit before 2024 to discuss a more lucrative contract, when Barcelona's financial situation will have improved.

Manchester United are believed to be interested in the attacker, who has scored 14 times and registered five assists in 46 appearances for Ronald Koeman's side in all competitions. body check tags ::

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Premier League Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Manchester CityMan City1511223292335
2Liverpool15104144123234
3Chelsea1510323592633
4West Ham UnitedWest Ham158342819927
5Arsenal147251720-323
6Tottenham HotspurSpurs137151317-422
7Manchester UnitedMan Utd146352424021
8Wolverhampton WanderersWolves156361213-121
9Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton154831416-220
10Leicester CityLeicester145452225-319
11Crystal Palace143741920-116
12Brentford144461719-216
13Aston Villa145181923-416
14Southampton153751421-716
15Everton144371724-715
16Leeds UnitedLeeds143651320-715
17Watford1541102029-913
18Burnley141761421-710
19Newcastle UnitedNewcastle151771730-1310
20Norwich CityNorwich14248828-2010
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