Barcelona forward Ansu Fati says he is savoring the opportunity to get back from injury and play under former player Xavi at the club, expressing that the Spaniard has brought "an alternate attitude" to the team.
The Blaugrana have partaken in an astounding circle back in structure since they fired Ronald Koeman last fall, with the club apparently now liberated from the post-Lionel Messi shackles that hauled them down across the beginning of the time.
With European distinctions still in the blend and a main four completing the process of taking a gander at home, Fati is savoring the opportunity to get back to activity and recommends that he will be back soon to play under Xavi's new-look order.
"I'm truly anticipating this is because the group has worked on a great deal," the teenager told the press at the send-off of his new book Solidarity Stories of Sport.
"The team is playing well overall. I want to believe that I can be with the team soon."
"The difference in coach has been awesome as far as we're concerned, the players presently have an alternate outlook of difficult work and you can as of now see the outcomes."
One of the Blaugrana’s untouched most designed stars during his playing days, the former midfielder has restored their striving fortunes in the wake of assuming control from Koeman.
Having been grieving in 10th and with a Champions League exit approaching in November, he has lost only four games in control to direct them to second in La Liga and into the pains of an Europa League flatware fight as well.
He will invite Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday for the second leg of a quarter-last tie in the last rivalry as well, with either West Ham or Lyon to come in the semi-finals in the event that they progress.
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