Fiorentina lost to Rapid Wien in the UEFA Conference League qualification contest last night and they badly missed Sofyan Amrabat.
The Moroccan international has been excluded from the Viola’s European squad as he wants to leave and the club is hoping to offload him before deadline.
As per today’s version of Corriere dello Sport (news image provided below), the Serie A side are willing to accept a figure of £25.7million (inclusive of bonuses) to sell the Atlas Lions play breaker.
The renowned Italian media outlet have mentioned that now, Fiorentina expect a conclusive offer from Man Utd to finally sign Amrabat.
The Old Trafford outfit are in pole position to hire the services of the former Feyenoord defensive midfielder.
Corriere dello Sport state ‘other interested companies are still far away on the horizon’. He will only be sold when the asking fee of £25.7million is met.
It is stated that the transfer away from Florence remains the only solution for the 27-year-old star . Fiorentina chief executive, Rocco Commisso, said:
“So far we have not received offers either for Amrabat or for Jovic, but we can evaluate them if there are unhappy players and we could satisfy them,”
Man Utd will face Nottingham Forest in the Premier League tomorrow and will look to return to winning ways after a dismal performance vs Spurs last time out.
In your view, should they finally submit a conclusive offer worth £25.7million to sign Sofyan Amrabat?