Another day, another story on the future of Sofyan Amrabat, who is heavily linked with a move away from Fiorentina.
Last night, we covered a report from Italy suggesting that the Red Devils have agreed a contract to sign the Moroccan international this summer.
The story has been backed up today by famous Milan based news outlet, La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image provided below).
The media source have mentioned that the Viola are ready to sell their prized asset but not for cheap. They want at least 30 million euros (£25.6m) from his sale.
However, the dilemma is that so far, Amrabat and his representatives have received direct salary proposals but the Serie A side do not have a single official offer on their table.
Gazzetta claim Man Utd have ‘already found an agreement’ with the player’s entourage but have not submitted any bid to the Italian side.
On the other hand, Spanish giants, Atletico Madrid, are interested but they ‘remain in the background’.
Fiorentina are expecting to get £25.6m to offload the defensive midfielder, whose current contract will expire in less than a year.
In Britain, The Daily Mail claim United are looking to lure the World Cup 2022 superstar in the summer transfer window.
So, the interest is real and if the Old Trafford outfit have really already agreed a deal with the agents then they should move in with an offer to seal the signing.
In your opinion, should Man Utd bid £25.6m to lure Amrabat?