Man Utd submit first offer to sign £30.3million player – Journalist

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The name of Sofyan Amrabat is frequently associated with Manchester United’s ongoing search for a strong play breaker.

Man United have made their first verbal offer to the Moroccan international’s agent, according to Santi Aouna.

According to the Foot Mercato journalist, the 26-year-old defensive midfielder is currently daydreaming about playing in the Spanish La Liga.

Although Barcelona was his top choice, the Catalan powerhouses lacked the resources to pay Fiorentina’s asking price for his signature.

La Gazzetta Dello Sport, an Italian news outlet, recently reported that the Viola are willing to sell Amrabat this summer for up to 35 million euros (£30.3 million).

The African star’s breakthrough years in Europe at Utrecht were facilitated by Man United manager Erik ten Hag.

Now that he is among the best holding midfielders in the world and in the prime of his career, I believe the asking price of £30.3 million is not excessive.

Keeping in mind that Casemiro is past his prime and will turn 32 in February 2024, it must be kept in mind that the Red Devils splashed out £70 million to sign him.

Amrabat was one of the best players at the FIFA World Cup, and Morocco would not have advanced to the quarterfinals without him.

Do you think Man Utd should agree to pay £30.3 million to sign him?

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