The Moroccan international has been left out of Viola’s European squad because he wishes to go, and the club is seeking to get rid of him before the deadline.
According to today’s edition of Corriere dello Sport (news image provided below), the Serie A club is willing to accept a price of £25.7 million (plus bonuses) to sell the Atlas Lions playmaker.
According to a reputable Italian media outlet, Fiorentina is now expecting a firm bid from Manchester United to eventually sign Amrabat.
The Old Trafford club is in prime position to sign the former Feyenoord defensive midfielder.
According to Corriere dello Sport, ‘other interested corporations are still far away on the horizon’. He will be sold only if the asking price of £25.7 million is met.
The transfer away from Florence is said to be the only option for the 27-year-old sensation. Rocco Commisso, Fiorentina’s CEO, stated:
“We haven’t received any offers for Amrabat or Jovic yet, but if there are any unhappy players, we can evaluate them and try to satisfy them.”
Man United will face Nottingham Forest in the Premier League tomorrow, looking to bounce back after a poor effort against Tottenham last time out.