Another day, another story on Sofyan Amrabat, who is heavily linked with a move to Manchester United this summer.
Yesterday, we covered a story (via Gazzetta) claiming that the Red Devils have agreed a deal with the representatives to sign the midfielder.
The latest update coming from Italy today indicate that Fiorentina are prepared to sell the midfielder to Man Utd and are close to signing his replacement.
As per Corriere dello Sport (news image provided below), the Viola see the opening to sell Amrabat to the Old Trafford club.
They want the 20-time English champions to get serious and offer around 30 million euros. The funds received from the African’s sale will be used to reinforce his position.
CdS claim Fiorentina are closing in on signing Danish midfielder, Morten Hjulmand, to replace the Moroccan international.
The Artemio Franchi outfit will have to splash around 20 million euros to lure the 24-year-old star from Lecce.
It is ‘important’ for the Serie A side that Manchester United ‘decide to take concrete’ steps towards the signing of Sofyan Amrabat.
The 26-year-old was the best play breaker in Qatar at the FIFA World Cup last year and will improve the depth of Man United’s DM position.
Ten Hag has already managed Amrabat at Utrecht. Should he splash the cash to bring him to Old Trafford?