Fabrizio Romano reveals Man Utd could now replace Fred with “outstanding” new player

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According to Fabrizio Romano for The Guardian, Manchester United may be able to sign Sofyan Amrabat this summer, but only if they can get rid of Fred or Donny van de Beek first.

What recent transfer news is there regarding Manchester United?
The Red Devils are making more purchases in the transfer market to build a team that can compete on all fronts as they look to continue their charge towards the top of the Premier League next season. The team will need to make sure they have enough depth and talent to win some hardware after securing Champions League football for the upcoming season and with many cups still to be won.

Rasmus Hojlund is the big name linked to a move to Old Trafford, and it appears that United’s current priority in the transfer market is an attack-minded player. The English team appears to have focused on the Atalanta youngster and is determined to sign him this summer because they need to add goals to their lineup. According to a recent report, they intend to move quickly to sign the youngster after finalising a deal to sign Andre Onana as their custodian and will make a new offer to try to beat out competition for his services this summer.

Sofyan Amrabat is being signed by Man United.
Sofyan Amrabat has also frequently been mentioned in connection with a United transfer. The midfielder from Fiorentina has reportedly been on the club’s radar for most of the summer, and a recent report suggests that a deal could materialise. That’s because it appears that the Serie A club no longer has plans for him; if that’s the case, they might be open to hearing offers for the 26-year-old this transfer window.

Now, a new report from Fabrizio Romano in The Guardian claims that Amrabat is undoubtedly on the Red Devils’ summer wish list, but there is a catch to a deal. This is due to the journalist’s claim that the Premier League team is “under consideration” of him but that a deal may only be possible if Fred or Donny van de Beek can be offloaded. It also states that improving their midfield is not a priority for the team, which means a deal for the Moroccan would only be possible if a spot opened up in the field’s middle.

During the World Cup last year, Amrabat really distinguished himself for his native Morocco on a global scale. Those who did get a chance to see him play were very complimentary of his performances, which helped the team finish the tournament in fourth place, which was their best-ever result.

After they defeated Spain, former professional and current pundit Joe Cole lavished praise on the midfielder, calling him “outstanding” and one of the best holding midfielders he had seen at that tournament.

It demonstrates that the 26-year-old can compete on the biggest stage, and the Red Devils’ middle of the pitch would benefit if he joined the team. If they do sign him at that time, it might be a smart transfer move.

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