Fiorentina and Manchester United Agree to Amrabat Deal

At long last, Sofyan Amrabat will see his wish to join Manchester United granted, and Fiorentina will replace him with Maxime Lopez. The two clubs cleared the hurdle of the formula by agreeing to a very expensive initial loan spell.

Per Gianluca Di Marzio, the Red Devils will shell out €10M for the 2023/2024 season alone. They’ll have a €20.5M option to make the transfer permanent. Moreover, €5M add-ons have been added to the package.

Therefore, Fiorentina could receive up to €35M for Amrabat and quickly reinvested a small part of the windfall to onboard Maxime Lopez. He’ll come in with the same formula, with a €1M cost right away and a €9M clause in a year.

The Moroccan international facilitated the deal by rejecting every other destination. He’ll reunite with coach Erik Ten Hag following their shared time at Utrecht a few years ago. He departs after collecting 107 appearances with the Viola.

Instead, the Frenchman is leaving Sassuolo after three campaigns and 101 matches. He tried to force his way out this summer and was previously linked to Inter and Napoli.

Our Take on Amrabat to Manchester United and Maxime Lopez to Sassuolo

Good pieces of business all around. The Gigliati properly cash in on their star, although not right away, and substitute for him with a different but good player, adding another ball handler and insurance for Arthur.

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