“One of the big names” – Romano reveals “new” signing Man United want after “outgoings”

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According to transfers expert Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United will concentrate on “new midfielders” in the upcoming weeks, and Sofyan Amrabat of Fiorentina is “one of the big names on the list”.

Sofyan Amrabat is a Manchester United player.
After a slow start in which takeover talk predominated over transfer talk, the transfer window is now fully open at Old Trafford.

Mason Mount, a former Chelsea academy standout and full England international, was the first person Erik ten Hag welcomed through the doors. After a protracted back and forth saga that seemed to never end, Mount joined the team for just £55 million.

Just two weeks later, the team welcomed Andre Onana, a highly regarded custodian from Inter Milan, as their new number one to the Northwest. The Red Devils had already made the Cameroonian international a top target, but after David de Gea quit the team on July 1st, it became imperative that he be signed.

Rasmus Hojlund, an Atalanta player, is the next name that appears to be headed to the Theatre of Dreams after Onana. The three-time European champions are ‘poised’ to make their first offer to the Bergamo side, according to the Daily Mail.

Even with these three new starters joining the team, ten Hag will still look to bolster his midfield before the new campaign begins, especially after the club has successfully sold Fred and Scott McTominay.

Amrabat of Fiorentina and Morocco, who had an outstanding season last year, has been the name most frequently mentioned to fill that void in midfield. However, a transfers expert claims that Fabrizio Romano is unquestionably on the club’s list.

On his YouTube channel, he gave a situational explanation and stated:

Sofyan Amrabat is unquestionably one of the top names on the list once Man United has finished off their outgoings.

The calibre of Sofyan Amrabat?
Amrabat may have had his best season as a professional football player in the past 12 months. He excelled for I Viola in the domestic scene and contributed significantly to Morocco’s World Cup run in December.

His efforts for the Atlas Lions were so excellent that writer Nigel Adderley named him Morocco’s “player of the tournament.”

Sky Sports, who put him at the core of their Team of the Tournament, praised his performances as well.

His underlying statistics are intriguing because they show that he excels in some capacities, such as passing, while he somewhat flatters to deceive in others, such as his defensive contribution. However, he might be able to improve any weaknesses by making systematic changes in the environment.

The 26-year-old “monster” ranks in the top 5% for pass completion, the top 8% for progressive passes, the top 11% for passes attempted, and the top 33% for progressive carries, all per 90, according to FBref, who compare players in similar positions across Europe’s top five leagues.

Although all of these statistics are per 90, he also ranks in the bottom 42% for interceptions, bottom 34% for clearances, bottom 32% for tackles, and bottom 30% for blocks.

Amrabat has more than demonstrated his talent over the past year and would be a great addition to United, despite the fact that a few aspects of his game may need improvement.

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