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The 18-year-old Spaniard has become one of the most exciting prospects in world football after breaking into the Barcelona first team in 2019.
Fati, who played at youth level for Sevilla and Herrera, came through Barcelona's famed La Masia and has scored five times and registered four assists in 10 appearances this season.
The Barca player has already established himself as the Spanish club's youngest-ever goalscorer in La Liga and the Champions League's youngest-ever scorer.
Fati, who has been linked with Manchester United, has also been capped for Spain and became the national team's youngest-ever goalscorer.
Goal has named the Spain international top of the pile when it comes to wonderkids, saying his 'electric pace, supreme confidence and skills' make him the "ideal modern winger."
Rennes' Camavinga and Borussia Dortmund's Gio Reyna finished second and third respectively, while Barcelona's Pedri came fourth and Dortmund's Jude Bellingham ranked fifth.
Players from the Premier League managed to crack the top 20 as Wolves starlet Fabio Silva and United wonderkid Amad Diallo finished 17th and 19th respectively.
Posted below are the top 50 wonderkids in world football right now, according to Goal.
50. Ilaix Moriba (Barcelona B/Barcelona)
49. Takuhiro Nakai (Real Madrid)
48. Maarten Vandevoordt (Genk)
47. Jayden Braaf (Udinese/Manchester City)
46. Kenneth Taylor (Jong Ajax/Ajax)
45. Radu Dragusin (Juventus)
44. Joelson Fernandes (Sporting CP)
43. Exequiel Zeballos (Boca Juniors)
42. Sontje Hansen (Jong Ajax/Ajax)
41. Talles Magno (Vasco da Gama)
40. Lorenzo Colombo (Cremonese/AC Milan)
39. Luka Romero (Real Mallorca)
38. Timothee Pembele (Paris Saint-Germain)
37. Devyne Rensch (Ajax)
36. Eduardo Quaresma (Sporting CP)
35. Yan Couto (Girona/Manchester City)
34. Arnaud Kalimuendo (Lens/Paris Saint-Germain)
33. Ki-Jana Hoever (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
32. Filip Stevanovic (Partizan/Manchester City)
31. Riccardo Calafiori (Roma)
30. Brian Brobbey (Ajax/RB Salzburg)
29. Isaac Lihadji (Lille)
28. Noni Madueke (PSV Eindhoven)
27. Karim Adeyemi (RB Salzburg)
26. Harvey Elliott (Blackburn Rovers/Liverpool)
25. Sebastiano Esposito (Venezia/Inter Milan)
24. Dario Sarmiento (Estudiantes)
23. Nuno Mendes (Sporting CP)
22. Adil Aouchiche (Saint-Etienne)
21. Adam Hlozek (Sparta Prague)
20. Josko Gvardiol (Dinamo Zagreb/RB Leipzig)
19. Amad Diallo (Manchester United)
18. Kaio Jorge (Santos)
17. Fabio Silva (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
16. Tanguy Nianzou (Bayern Munich)
15. Youssoufa Moukoko (Borussia Dortmund)
14. Jeremy Doku (Rennes)
13. Yunus Musah (Valencia)
12. Gabriel Veron (Palmeiras)
11. Rayan Cherki (Lyon)
10. Reinier (Borussia Dortmund/Real Madrid)
9. Mohamed Ihattaren (PSV Eindhoven)
8. Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich)
7. Ryan Gravenberch (Ajax)
6. Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen)
5. Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund)
4. Pedri (Barcelona)
3. Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund)
2. Eduardo Camavinga (Rennes)
1. Ansu Fati (Barcelona)
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