According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image provided below), the Moroccan international appears to prefer a move to Old Trafford.
However, the agreement is currently deadlocked because the Red Devils have yet to make a decisive offer.
Man United has the financial muscle and can ‘break the bank overnight’ to meet Fiorentina’s asking fee of 25 million euros plus bonuses (£21.6m+) for Amrabat, according to Gazzetta.
According to reports, Juventus are reportedly interested in wooing the Atlas Lions player before the winter transfer window closes.
The Bianconeri are aware of the threat posed by Manchester United, as well as Viola’s asking price of £21.6m+.
The Old Lady recently loaned Brazilian international Arthur Melo to Fiorentina in the expectation that the deal will clear the door for them to sign the Moroccan this summer.
Amrabat would want to reconnect with Erik Ten Hag at Old Trafford. After earning a one-year ban, Juventus will not be offering any European football next season (The Athletic).
Man United, on the other hand, will compete in the UEFA Champions League. Should Ten Hag spend more than £21.6 million to secure the signature, in your opinion?