Manchester United are linked with more than few Serie A stars and once again, the name of Sofyan Amrabat is in the lime light.
Last month, reports indicated that the Red Devils are in advanced talks to lure the Moroccan international from Fiorentina.
The 26-year-old star’s current contract with the Viola will expire next year and he is valued at around £34.2million (40 million euros).
According to a report published by La Nazione (via Football Italia), Man United have agreed personal terms of a contract to sign the African this summer.
Amrabat and Erik ten Hag worked together at Dutch club, Utrecht, and the current Old Trafford boss knows all about the qualities of the midfielder.
The former Eredivisie play breaker was a key member of the Fiorentina side that reached the final of the UEFA Conference League last term.
More importantly, he was one of the best players at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Amrabat put in rock solid performances to help his nation keep clean sheets against European giants like Portugal, Spain, Belgium and Croatia.
Morocco became the first African side to reach the final four of the World Cup and were beaten by losing finalists, France.
Man United already have a world class central defensive midfielder in the form of Casemiro but the Brazilian received two straight red cards last season and we do not have any quality player to cover for him.
In your opinion, should Ten Hag splash the cash to sign Sofyan Amrabat?