Terms agreed – Man Utd delay deal to secure cheap signing

Amrabat Fiorentina

Manchester United have been after Sofyan Amrabat for months, still, they have not made an offer to hire his services from Fiorentina.

If the latest reports in the media are anything to go by then United have agreed terms with the midfielder but are using delay tactics to secure the signing for cheap.

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As per today’s version of La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image provided below), the Viola are still ‘grappling with the sale of the Sofyan Amrabat.’

It is taking a very long time, the player already has an agreement with Man Utd, who are delaying things.

The famous Milan based media outlet claim United are taking time partly because they want Fiorentina to lower the asking fee of 25 million euros and partly because they want to sell players first.

In all fairness, the above mentioned price is a huge bargain for a 26-year-old, who was one of the best midfielders and without doubt, the best play breaker at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar last year.

Man Utd had multiple bids rejected for Mount and Onana before they signed them and it is baffling they have not submitted even one offer for Amrabat as yet.

In all fairness, the Red Devils paid over the odds to complete their three signings this summer and have not met the reasonable asking price set by the Italian side on the Atlas Lions star.

Gazzetta report at the moment, Fiorentina are not really in a rush and if the Moroccan leaves, they will use the funds to improve the squad.

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