As the transfer deadline looms, Manchester United and Fiorentina have reportedly completed the deal to bring Sofyan Amrabat to the Premier League.
The terms under discussion include a loan move for Amrabat, with an option for Manchester United to make the transfer permanent. This detail is supported by Hanif Berkane, Aouna’s colleague, who stated that the deal being negotiated is a “paid loan with an option to buy.” Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio also confirms that Fiorentina has become open to this type of deal.
Fiorentina has already identified a potential replacement for Amrabat, with plans to pursue Maxime Lopez if the deal goes through.
And now Fabrizio Romano reports that Amrabat has already completed his first part of the medical. The player is now set to fly to Manchester in order to complete the move, with documents being exchanged between the clubs, says Romano.
On the subject of the loan’s financial conditions, Fiorentina is said to have warmed up to a “paid loan” arrangement that could also include a purchase option.