As the transfer rumors swirl around Sofyan Amrabat, the Fiorentina midfielder has finally spoken out about the speculation surrounding his future. With his contract set to expire next June, the 26-year-old is undoubtedly on the radar of several top clubs, including Manchester United, Liverpool, Aston Villa, and even Al-Ahli in Saudi Arabia.
Despite reports suggesting that Man United is keen on securing his services, Amrabat has made it clear that he’s unsure about his immediate future. Speaking after Fiorentina’s 4-0 friendly win over Grosseto, he told reporters, “I don’t know if I’m leaving… maybe I can stay here at Fiorentina.”
The Moroccan international has been in high demand, especially after impressing at the 2022 World Cup, where he played a key role in guiding Morocco to the semi-finals. While Barcelona was initially linked to him, the Catalan outfit seems to have cooled their interest, leaving Manchester United as the frontrunners.
However, Amrabat’s situation may depend on other developments at Old Trafford. The Red Devils are reportedly looking to secure Rasmus Hojlund’s signing first, and they may also need to offload players like Fred and Donny van de Beek to make room for a new midfield addition.
The midfielder’s performance last season was outstanding, with 49 appearances for Fiorentina, contributing significantly to their Europa Conference League and Coppa Italia runs. Amidst the ongoing transfer speculations, Amrabat’s future remains uncertain, keeping fans intrigued about where he will land.
As the summer transfer window continues, Manchester United and other potential suitors are closely monitoring the situation.