Manchester United will kick start their Premier League campaign against Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow night and will look to earn maximum points.
As far as the transfers are concerned, the name of Sofyan Amrabat remains heavily linked with the Old Trafford outfit.
As per today’s version of Corriere Fiorentino (news image provided below), the solution of the Moroccan’s case still needs to be found.
The Italian news source have mentioned that Max Allegri specifically asked the Juve bosses to move for the 26-year-old midfielder, but the management has other ideas.
It is stated that ‘at any time’ Man Utd could submit a bid worth 26-27million euros (£22.4m-£23.3m) plus bonuses and agree the deal with the Viola for Amrabat.
Fiorentina are already preparing for the season without the Atlas Lion star.
A similar statement was recently made by Italian transfer expert, Alfredo Pedulla on MUFC Realist TV.
The journalist claimed Man Utd will decide when to bid and they will eventually come up with an offer of 27 million euros (£23.3m).
Amrabat put in rock solid performances in the No. 6 role at the FIFA World Cup against big nations like Croatia and Belgium in the group stages and Spain and Portugal in the knock out stages of the tournament.
He was an important member of the Fiorentina squad that reached the final of the UEFA Conference League last term.