90mins reports that Manchester United have reached an agreement with the midfielder over the personal parameters of a contract. In addition, the club has provisionally negotiated a fee of £29 million in order to seal the transfer of the player from Fiorentina.
The CEO of Viola has made it abundantly obvious that players who are dissatisfied with their playing conditions have the ability to leave the club, and Amrabat has been expressing his desire to leave Florence for quite some time.
He did not even get a single minute of playing time in Fiorentina’s first game of the Serie A season, and it is highly likely that he will remain on the bench until either he is sold or the transfer market closes.
According to 90min, the most significant challenge that Manchester United faces is the fact that they must first sell in order to be able to finalize the signing of the 27-year-old play breaker.
They turned down a thirty million pound offer from West Ham for Scott McTominay, and they have not been able to sell Van de Beek to Sociedad as of yet.
As a matter of fairness, Ten Hag need to call Moyes and consent to the transfer of McTominay, who has only played a few minutes this season and will only serve as a bench warmer if he continues with the club this summer.
Our primary playmaker, Casemiro, had a difficult time in the middle of the field during the weekend match between Spurs and United. Spurs were able to quickly break United down.
Consequently, in order to enhance the DM position, we require a reliable star such as Amrabat, who performed exceptionally well at the FIFA World Cup the previous year.