Manchester United’s pursuit of Sofyan Amrabat has been a topic of discussion since the transfer window opened, yet no definitive steps appear to have been taken for the Moroccan international, causing unease among supporters.
The team’s performance in their recent fixture against Wolves intensified this sentiment. The match at Old Trafford exposed a distinct gap in the midfield, emphasizing Casemiro’s solitary position. Wolves, on this occasion, seemed to navigate around United’s midfield with ease.
Enter Amrabat. Defensively adept and skillful with the ball, his exceptional passing is a significant asset. Such qualities have piqued United’s interest, making him a prime target for Erik ten Hag.
Delving into the reason behind the delay in making an offer, La Nazione’s Riccardo Galli shared insights in a conversation with Radio Bruno’s Pentasport, as relayed by Viola News. Galli stated, “It is a situation that will be resolved in the last few days of the transfer market. Manchester United know they’re alone on the player, there is no rush. Bringing it close to the gong could lower the price. There’s no rush, I’d be surprised if it clears up within a few days.”
Fiorentina’s asking price for Amrabat stands around €30m, according to Italian outlets.
Meanwhile, according to Santi Aouna, United are also showing an interest in another midfield talent, Ryan Gravenberch of Bayern Munich.
— centredevils. (@centredevils) August 16, 2023