Intriguing reports are emerging out of Italy, and Manchester United is persistently pushing to recruit Sofyan Amrabat during the summer transfer season.
We previously reported on a rumour from Corriere dello Sport that said United would have to agree to a 30 million euro transfer fee in order to sign the midfielder today.
The 27-year-old playbreaker is now said to be “one step away from United,” according to another claim carried by Corriere Fiorentino.
According to the news source, today will be all about organizing the transfers for the Viola, both incoming and exiting.
The sale of Sofyan Amrabat is ‘above everything’ on the agenda. According to reports, the player is just waiting to sign with Manchester United.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, United and Fulham are vying for the services of the Moroccan international.
According to a Milan-based media publication, the transaction should be finalized this evening, and the Cottagers have already offered Fiorentina 30 million euros.
Erik ten Hag and Amrabat want to be reunited at Old Trafford, but for that to happen, Manchester United needs to move quickly and reach an agreement with the Italian team.
The Atlas Lions star’s availability would help the Red Devils prepare better for their challenging away match against Arsenal this weekend.
We’ll watch how the transfer saga plays out and keep you informed.