“A small secret” – Fabrizio Romano claims Man Utd could make move for “beast”

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In the January transfer window, Sofyan Amrabat was a player that Manchester United was interested in signing, and he may move again in the months to come.

Are United considering Amrabat?
With the 2022–23 season still in progress and Champions League football still up for grabs, the Red Devils still have a great deal to play for in the few games they have left.

And that might not even be noteworthy in light of the upcoming Manchester City-Wembley derby.

A truly disappointing end to Erik ten Hag’s first season, however, could result from failing to place among the top four and possibly losing to City.

Even though the Dutchman has undoubtedly advanced United during his brief tenure at the team, it is clear they will be looking to make improvements over the summer.

In fact, United is being linked with a potential move for a high-priced striker, and it is also thought that they are looking to strengthen their midfield.

Amrabat will be a player to watch out for, according to Fabrizio Romano, who claimed the Red Devils were seriously interested in him in the January transfer window on his Youtube channel:

(4:15) And because he was valued by Manchester United, this little-known fact is being kept under wraps until January. Instead, let’s wait and see what happens to Sofyan Amrabat in the summer.

He is undoubtedly still on Barcelona’s list. No direct communication is currently occurring with Manchester United, but we must keep an eye on this midfielder.

Would it be wise to sign Amrabat?
The Fiorentina midfielder was rumoured to be interested in a move away last summer with a Premier League club.

In fact, Tottenham Hotspur was frequently mentioned as a potential home for the Moroccan midfielder who recently shone at the World Cup.

The 26-year-old undoubtedly continued to shine during the World Cup in Qatar, where he was a key contributor to his nation’s remarkable run to the semifinals.

Manager Erik ten Hag of Manchester United
The midfielder became the first participant in the World Cup to win the ball back 50 times, earning the midfielder the title of “beast” according to CBS Sports editor Ives Galarcep.

When compared to other midfielders in the top five leagues over the past year, the Moroccan has been in the top fifth percentile for pass success rate (via FBref).

He has produced (1.91) significantly fewer shot-creating actions per 90 minutes this season than Casemiro (2.72) while also making more than twice as many tackles per game (via Fbref).

Amrabat may still be a desirable option for a number of teams this summer based on his World Cup performances.

The fact that he only has one year left on his current contract may also force Fiorentina to consent to his potential departure.

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