There could be some movement on the Sofyan Amrabat to Manchester United front today.
According to La Nazione, Man United could make an official offer for the 26-year-old Fiorentina midfielder.
Erik ten Hag desperately needs to add a top-class defensive midfielder to his ranks. Casemiro is not the player he once was and needs more quality competition.
And it seems the United boss is making moves to address his team’s defensive midfield deficiencies.
Manchester United must step up their efforts to sign Sofyan Amrabat
Man United could approach La Viola with a concrete offer for the Morocco World Cup star today.
Fiorentina will reportedly not sell Amrabat for less than €25 million (£21m). So it will be interesting to see exactly how much United offer for the tenacious tackling midfielder.
That kind of money would represent an absolute bargain for the Red Devils.
talkSPORT recently described the Moroccan as an ‘extraordinary’ player. The Fiorentina star has energy, pace and power in abundance and is an exceptional passer.
And if Man United can sign Amrabat for £21m, the club shouldn’t even think twice about making it happen.
He would take Ten Hag’s side to a whole new level as they strive to build on the progress they made under the Dutchman last season.
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