On Monday, we reported from Italy that Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat prefers a move to Manchester United over a move to Saudi Arabian club Al-Ahli.
The midfielder is also said to have an agreement with the Red Devils, who would have to make a few exits before launching an approach for him. His contract runs until 2024, with a one-year extension option.
According to Firenze Viola, the player is ready to be sold’ and ‘developments are expected’ in this regard.
Erik Ten Hag’s side is said to be the most accredited’ team in terms of getting the 26-year-old’s talents, while the Saudi club remains in the background.
Despite being in the lead, Manchester United is yet to reach an agreement with the Italian club, according to the site.
Another report from Firenze Viola focuses on the Morocco international when detailing Fiorentina’s summer squad reshuffling plans.
According to reports, Amrabat’s future would not be the only reason Fiorentina would contemplate bringing in a new midfielder.
Moroccan, according to the source, is waiting for Manchester United to make the ‘perfect offer’ to bring him to Old Trafford.