Ansu Fati is unlucky with an injury this season and, in some recurrences, will undergo surgery on Thursday with the aim of ending his problems.
Fati has been plagued by meniscus crying in his left knee since last November, but with a recent surgical intervention, it is hoped he will be aiming to repeat it next season.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Ansu Fati will undergo surgery by a Portuguese national team doctor on Thursday in Gijon.
The decision comes after weeks of expert consultation, not with Drs. Antonio Maestro not only in Gijon but also Bertrand Connery-Cottet, a Lyon-based knee specialist.
Both doctors, including Dr. Ramon Cugat, who previously operated on Ansu Fati, had been in contact for the past few weeks with the intention of developing a player-specific program.
One of the options on the table is a partial removal of the meniscus, which will have a recovery period of a few months.
Ansu Fati’s season got off to a good start, replacing Ronald Koeman of Barcelona and forcing his way into the plans of Luis Enrique for the Spanish national team, but now he will be hoping to continue where he left off when he can finally play again next season.