The deadline for this summer’s transfer window is near, and even more fees and agreements are being revealed!
There’s no denying that Manchester United need a talented midfielder, and Sofyan Amrabat is a name that has been linked and someone who it’s claimed has shown interest in joining the club.
And better yet, Fiorentina are not stopping him and it’s reported that they’ve even settled on a provisional fee for the player with United.
According to 90 Min, alongside meeting personal terms with Amrabat, United must also pay a fee of around £29 million to secure his spot.
However, this transfer will likely only be complete after some other deals are done first.
The Red Devils must move on other midfielders, who are holding them back from making any additional signings, before signing Amrabat.
The team are looking at selling Donny van de Beek or Scott McTominay first.
But Man United are taking their time after rejecting a £30 million bid for McTominay from West Ham United, which is making Amrabat impatient according to the publication.
So, although a fee has been put out there, the outcome of Amrabat’s transfer still hangs in the air for now.
🚨💣 Manchester United have provisionally agreed on a fee with Fiorentina worth around £29m to sign Sofyan Amrabat! Personal terms are also agreed, United are waiting to sell McTominay or Van de Beek before completing the deal. #MUFC [@calciolovesjack]
— mufcmpb (@mufcMPB) August 22, 2023