Former Barcelona star Samuel Eto'o paid special tribute to Ansu Fati.
Ansu Fati became a key figure in the Blaugrana squad in the new season under Ronald Koeman. He also scored in a match against Real Madrid to become the youngest goal scorer in the history of El Clasico.
Fati had reached an extraordinary form this season but a great misfortune befell this young phenomenon of Barcelona and he was seriously injured during the match against Real Betis; an incident that has caused the player to be out of action for several months.
In this regard, Former Barcelona star Samuel Eto'o praised the Blaugrana phenomenon and considered him Messi’s successor at Barcelona.
“I think Fati is the one for the future.” Eto'o said.
“He's currently doing amazing stuff so I think the club really needs to groom him and take very good care of him.
“Let's hope he's the one to take over from Messi.”
The Cameroonian has also talked about his former bosses, Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho:
“I am more friends with Jose Mourinho's style. It's a question of style, they each have their own way, I prefer Jose Mourinho.
“However, Pep is a top, top coach, so I don't think you can make a decision, but I can tell you that there is no other coach, no other manager, who will get to motivate his players as much as Jose Mourinho does, for me the treble with Jose is the special one.
“Now there are more coaches with their own style. Yet, in terms of motivating and getting the most out of their players, that is Jose Mourinho.”