Man United “unlikely to sign” Sofyan Amrabat despite the World Cup star’s cheap price tag.
According to various rumors, Manchester United is unlikely to sign Sofyan Amrabat.
Erik ten Hag’s long-term target, Amrabat is allegedly free to leave Fiorentina for the appropriate price.
Although a move for Amrabat has not yet taken place, according to the Mirror, United have made a deal in private.
Amrabat was also left off the Fiorentina team that played Lecce in a 2-2 draw on Sunday in Serie A.
After learning of the interest of other clubs, he is possible to have altered his mind. Additionally, he supposedly lacks the proper attitude to play for Fiorentina.
While monitoring Amrabat, United expects him to sign with another team if he decides to go, according to the Manchester Evening News.
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The article claims that United has consistently expressed interest in Amrabat. However, the interest has also been heightened by Mahmoud El Boustati, the player’s agent, as reported in the Italian media.
Amrabat was reportedly a target for Liverpool earlier this month after being passed over by Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia. Liverpool, however, is reportedly that they would not pursue the teenager either.
While Amrabat is still very much a part of Fiorentina’s plans for the season. According to Sky Sports, if a bid between £17 million and £21 million comes in, the club will begin to consider a sale.
However, MEN emphasized that United had not given up on trying to recruit a second midfielder before Friday night’s transfer deadline.
United is still considering ways to strengthen their midfield. Mason Mount will be out until the next month due to a muscular disorder.
According to reports, a candidate who is currently discussion is Ryan Gravenberch of Bayern Munich, despite the fact that he is still warming the bench for the Bundesliga’s dominant team.
The Netherlands international was developed at Ajax last summer under United manager Ten Hag. In addition, he has only made six starts since switching from United to Bayern last summer.