Manchester United have finally agreed a deal with Fiorentina to hire the services of Moroccan international Sofyan Amrabat.
Multiple journalists have revealed that the move is set to be officially completed on deadline day, much to the delight of the Old Trafford faithful.
Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the Red Devils have agreed a loan fee worth 10 million euros to lure the player from the Viola.
Furthermore, if the 20-time English champions want to make the move permanent in 2024, they will have to splash 20 million euros fixed fee and 5 million euros in add-ons.
Amrabat is now on his way to Manchester to complete his medical examinations and eventually seal the transfer.
As per another Italian journalist, Niciolo Schira, the 27-year-old midfielder will be earning a salary of around 4 million euros a year i.e. around £66,000 a week at Man Utd.
Apart from pressing and tackling well, the Moroccan international has brilliant passing range but he is not renowned for his creativity.
It will be intriguing to see how Erik ten Hag will utilize the Atlas Lions star in his starting XI. Right now, the first choice DM at Old Trafford is Casemiro.
Have your say – Should Amrabat partner the Brazilian in the center of the park, or, should Eriksen be preferred to in the 4-2-3-1 formation?