Manchester United continue to shop in Serie A and have made strides for Sofyan Amrabat, while they’ll have to raise their opening bid for Rasmus Hojlund. Fiorentina are set to accept a €35M offer for the Moroccan staple, Sportitalia informs.
He had been with one foot out the door since the January window when the Viola stopped his move to Barcelona at the 11th hour. The deal should proceed quickly. The Gigliati have already signed Arthur and will target Lecce’s Morten Hjulmand and Sassuolo’s Maxime Lopez to replace him.
While Amrabat is on the verge of joining Manchester United, the Red Devils must improve their proposal to lure Hojlund. They tendered €50M plus sizeable add-ons. Contrary to reports, Atalanta aren’t asking for exorbitant sums but want more, Alfredo Pedullà relays.
La Dea could give in for €70M plus add-ons. They too want to avoid a long saga. They have already sealed the deal for El Bilal Touré as a substitute, for whom they’ll spend €30M.
Our Take on Manchester United, Amrabat, and Hojlund
If the sums were true, it’d be a very strong deal for Fiorentina. Reaching an agreement for the Dane will take a few more days, but the Bergamaschi haven’t exactly built a Maginot line.
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