Manchester United rare focusing on recruitments of Italy and once again, the name of Sofyan Amrabat is in the lime light
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image provided below), Fiorentina have nothing against the departure of the Moroccan international, who wants to leave the club in the summer transfer window.
However, the Viola will only sell him if the price is right and minimum, they are looking to get a fee of 25 million euros (£21.7m).
The Milan based media outlet have mentioned that for weeks, Manchester United are ready to attack for Sofyan Amrabat but their focus was on luring Andre Onana from Inter Milan.
Now with ‘Onana case resolved’, it is reported the Red Devils could ‘really sink in’ to sign the 26-year-old midfielder within the next few days.
His priority was to move to Barcelona but the dream faded away and if he does not complete a move away from Fiorentina in the coming days, then he will be expected to return to training on Monday.
At the FIFA World Cup in Qatar last year, no player ran the furthest and made more recoveries than Amrabat.
So, there is no doubt that he is a rock solid defensive midfielder and Erik ten Hag would know all about his qualities having worked with him at Utrecht.
In your view, should Man Utd bid £21.7m to secure his signing?