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Man Utd face Sofyan Amrabat transfer dilemma as Saudi Pro League problem revealed

Man Utd face Sofyan Amrabat transfer dilemma as Saudi Pro League problem revealed

Amrabat could sign for United.

Man Utd face a dilemma concerning signing Sofyan Amrabat from Fiorentina this summer, it has been claimed.

Having already secured the acquisition of Mason Mount from Chelsea for an initial fee of £55million, Erik ten Hag is reportedly targeting another midfielder this summer.

As per TalkSPORT, United are also monitoring Morocco international Amrabat, having initially targeted him during the January window.

According to the publication, the 26-year-old could be available this summer for just £30million, which has piqued the interest of the Old Trafford club who are in the midst of a midfield revamp.

However, according to the Independent’s Miguel Delaney, several variables could affect the move.

Man Utd’s interest in Amrabat

While the Independent also claim United have made the initial overtures for Amrabat, a move for the World Cup star would reportedly be dependent on sales.

The publication claims that Erik ten Hag’s primary priority is to sign a goalkeeper after allowing David de Gea to depart at the end of his contract, with the club having bid twice for Inter’s Andre Onana.

As per the Guardian, there is optimism that a deal will be done for the Cameroonian, who was coached by Ten Hag at Ajax.

United's next priority is to sign a goalkeeper, with Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund thought to be the club's most realistic option.

And should United bring in both players within budget, Ten Hag will seek to bolster his midfield.

Moreover, the Independent also claimed that the market is currently blocked due to several factors, among them Saudi Pro League money which is inflating fees and plans.

There is also an ongoing stand-off in the highly competitive market for a No.9, which has been exasperated by United’s long-term struggle to sell players.

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Topics: Manchester United, Premier League, Transfers, Saudi Pro League, Saudi Arabia