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Sofyan Amrabat: Manchester United transfer depending on sales

The Moroccan would cost roughly £30 million and made an impression during his nation’s progress to the Qatar 2022 World Cup semifinals. Sofyan Amrabat also matches the description of a player because he previously worked with Erik ten Hag at FC Twente.

According to The Guardian, and in our opinion, it’s a fair price to pay for someone who would be a significant improvement over both Fred and Scott McTominay, let alone Donny van de Beek.

It’s interesting to note that, at around the same time, the Manchester Evening News published a similar briefing, stressing the possibility that, should McTominay be sold, United might make a play for the Fiorentina star who has one year remaining on his contract.

According to Samuel Luckhurst, Amrabat, 26, was one of ten midfielders United considered as potential replacements to boost the depth of the squad’s midfield, but McTominay’s future has been complicated by the injυry Kobbie Mainoo suffered during the week’s preseason match against Real Madrid.

In Houston’s 2-0 loss to Madrid, Mainoo was substituted in the third minute and left the NRG Stadium on crutches. On Friday night, the academy midfielder updated his Instagram account to thank his supporters. Amrabat could play with Casemiro if necessary, although Ten Hag would benefit from finding a replacement for the Brazilian in the holding position. Because we’ll be competing in both the Premier League and the Champions League this season, United needs a variety of choices.

It goes without saying that a striker is United’s first priority. Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund’s transfer to the club is progressing, but he needs to understand that he is more of a prospect than an exceptional goal scorer. The 20-year-old Danish international can be developed into one by Ten Hag, and Christian Eriksen will be at the team to assist with his integration.

According to Jamie Jackson, the players for whom United are open to receiving bids include Scott McTominay, Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire, Fred, Donny van de Beek, and Anthony Martial.

Links between the team and Amrabat, according to United sources, have been exaggerated in the Italian media, according to the MEN.