Manchester United continue to be linked with Sofyan Amrabat and the latest reports are highly optimistic for Erik ten Hag.
As per today’s version of Corriere dello Sport (news image provided below), Man Utd are now ready to offer a fee of £21.4million (25 million euros) to sign the Moroccan defensive midfielder from Fiorentina.
The Rome based media outlet claim the will of all the parties is now clear and the Red Devils are prepared to accelerate and formalize the bid close to £21.4million.
As far as the player’s preference is concerned, the 26-year-old star would like to move to Old Trafford.
CorSport claim the agreement on salary with Amrabat is now ‘very close’ but it will not matter if United are unable to agree a fee with the Viola.
Fiorentina have made it clear that they want at least £25.7million (30 million euros) from the sale of their superstar, who has been looking to leave since last January.
In the winter transfer window, the Serie A side blocked his transfer to Barcelona but are now ready to please him to let him join a top club like Manchester United.
However, once again, it is claimed that the asking price must be met for the deal to be completed.
In your view, should Man Utd offer £25.7million to finally sign Sofyan Amrabat?