The father of Barcelona attacker Ansu Fati admits they're frustrated by his lack of playing opportunities.
Bori Fati spoke to El Partidazo de COPE about his son's situation.
He said: “I have told Ansu that it is better for him to have a change of scenery.
“[However] Ansu does not agree with me. He wants to stay and succeed at FC Barcelona."
Fati was a revelation when he first burst onto the scene, scoring seven goals in 24 La Liga games to earn himself a reputation as one of the most exciting young players in world football. Fati broke a number of age records for both Barcelona and Spain in the process.
But his development has since been hit by serious injuries and now, despite being back in the squad, he has struggled to tie down a place in Xavi Hernandez' team.
“Xavi is a good guy," Bori Fati said. “He spoke to me two to three times and he's very nice. He gave him specific work, and it has helped him a lot. I'm angry, it's true. As a father, I see Ansu [only playing] for a short time and it p*sses me off but I think as a father, not as a coach."
It's emerged over the past week that Fati's agent, Jorge Mendes, has offered Fati to several Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.