Manchester United are interested in a deal to sign Sofyan Amrabat from Fiorentina, though there has been ‘nothing concrete’ submitted from the Premier League side.
Amrabat is a potential transfer target for Erik ten Hag who is considering further additions in midfield after the arrival of Mason Mount from Chelsea, with Fred and Scott McTominay linked with exits from Old Trafford.
The Moroccan midfielder starred as his nation became the first African team to reach the World Cup semi-finals in Qatar last winter and could be available for a reduced fee of around £30m, given his contract at Fiorentina expires next summer.
Sky Germany are reporting that Manchester United and Bayern Munich are considering offers, though ‘nothing concrete’ has been submitted from either side at this stage. However, the former are understood to have initiated talks over a potential move to the Premier League.
Ten Hag is working on a restricted transfer budget this summer as a result of Financial Fair Play concerns and the uncertain takeover situation at Manchester United, with Amrabat a potential cost-efficient addition given his contact situation.
United are also interested in signing a goalkeeper and centre-forward and have held talks with Inter Milan’s Andre Onana and Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojland.