Amidst swirling rumors linking him to Manchester United, Sofyan Amrabat finds himself missing from Fiorentina’s squad list


Sofyan Amrabat finds himself absent from Fiorentina’s lineup as they prepare to take on Rapid Vienna in the opening leg of the Conference League play-off. Reports from the Daily Express suggest that the Moroccan talent has captured the attention of Manchester United.

The unfolding situation surrounding Sofyan Amrabat is poised to find its resolution in the waning days of the transfer window. Currently stationed in Italy, the midfielder remains in anticipation of a potential transfer. Notably, he occupied a spot on the bench during Serie A’s Matchday 1 clash against Genoa.

The recent turn of events unfolded on Wednesday when the former Brugge player was notably missing from the roster selected for the excursion to Vienna for the pivotal first leg of the Conference League play-off. This development echoes the sentiments expressed by Joe Barone, the general manager of the ‘Viola’ team, who emphasized their preparedness for both departures and arrivals. Barone stated, “The club is always ready for departures and arrivals. If someone isn’t happy, we can satisfy them between now and the end of the transfer window.”

In a parallel narrative, the ‘Daily Express’ has brought forward claims that Manchester United, upon the urging of their manager Erik ten Hag, are vigorously pursuing the acquisition of Amrabat. While an official offer has yet to be put forth, it has come to light that the 27-year-old midfielder ranks among Manchester United’s top preferences, alongside Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich.

Amrabat notably played a pivotal role as one of the leaders for Morocco in their remarkable journey to the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup held in Qatar. This impressive feat marked a turning point for the Moroccan player, attracting the interest of numerous clubs seeking his signature.

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