Manchester United remain heavily linked with Sofyan Amrabat as they look to strengthen things in the midfield for Erik ten Hag.
Earlier in the day, we covered a report via Corriere dello Sport stating the Red Devils will eventually make a decisive offer for the Moroccan, who is expected to move to Old Trafford.
As per another report coming from Italy, Man Utd are ready to finally bid to sign Amrabat after they have completed the game against Wolves.
According to La Nazione via Labaro Viola, the Old Trafford club will formalize their purchase offer after August 15.
The news source have not mentioned the figure United would be willing to offer but state Fiorentina are demanding a fixed fee of £21.6m and the rest in add-ons for the Atlas Lions play breaker.
It is reported that there is still a possibility Juventus can jump in to steal the signing but only if the Viola offer them an economically viable deal.
It must be remembered that Man Utd will face Wolves to kick start their new Premier League campaign next week on Monday night, August 14
So, the United faithful should not expect Amrabat to arrive before the opening league contest versus the West Midlands club.
Against the Molineux outfit, Erik ten Hag will likely start Brazilian international, Casemiro, and England international, Mason Mount in the central midfield.
Amrabat is a proven quality defensive midfielder but will not immediately replace Casemiro in the starting XI if he does end up moving to Old Trafford. What do you think?