Manchester United’s pursuit of Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat remains in a holding pattern, with the club yet to submit an official bid for the Moroccan international. Despite interest from Erik ten Hag, United’s current roster, which includes Fred, Scott McTominay, and Donny van de Beek, may be contributing to the delay in making a move for Amrabat.
The Mirror reports that Fiorentina is eagerly awaiting a concrete offer from Manchester United for the 26-year-old midfielder, who has attracted interest from several European clubs after impressing during the 2022 World Cup with The Atlas Lions.
United’s keenness on the player is well-known, but financial constraints at Old Trafford, following significant transfer fees for Mason Mount, Andre Onana, and Rasmus Hojlund, may be affecting their ability to make a move for Amrabat at this stage.
Despite the current situation, Erik ten Hag remains hopeful that additional signings will materialize before the transfer deadline next month, and Amrabat remains firmly on the Dutchman’s wishlist. However, there are no imminent developments in the transfer saga.
Fiorentina’s cautious approach to the situation is evident as they decided against including Amrabat in their squad for the Sela Cup in England this weekend. The midfielder was left behind in Italy, signaling the club’s concern over the ongoing speculation surrounding his future. As a result, he will not feature in the upcoming matches against Newcastle or OGC Nice.
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