Barcelona star Ansu Fati has undergone regenerative biological treatment on a knee injury as his recovery remains on track.
Ansu Fati’s recovery from injury is following a “very satisfactory course” following his latest treatment in Barcelona.
The winger was ruled out for approximately four months in November after having surgery on a tear to the internal meniscus of his left knee.
Barca confirmed on Monday that Fati’s recovery is “following a very satisfactory course”.
Fati scored five goals and provided two assists in 10 games in all competitions this season before suffering his injury against Real Betis.
The Spain international is expected to be back in contention to play in March, meaning he will likely miss at least the first leg of Barca’s Champions League last-16 encounter with Paris Saint-Germain, which takes place on February 16.
Barca lost two of their first three LaLiga games after Fati suffered a knee injury but have since won four and drawn twice in six top-flight fixtures.
Philipe Coutinho is also out on the sidelines for approximately three months after a successful operation on the injury to his left meniscus.
The Brazilian joins a growing list of Barca players on the sidelines after injuries to Dembele, Roberto and others.
They sit fifth in the table, 10 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, having played a game more.
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