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ACF Fiorentina player on loan at Manchester United will have to find a new club

ACF Fiorentina’s midfielder, Sofyan Amrabat came to Manchester United on loan in 2023. There were high expectations from the player, however, he hasn’t done quite well. After his loan, he will be returning to Fiorentina but he won’t be unpacking his bags there. ‘

According to reports, Italian side want a sale in the summer once the midfielder returns from his loan spell at Manchester United. Moreover, Sofyan Amrabat’s agents are already looking to find him a new club after his loan ends. Although the Red Devils had an option of buying him, their decision is clear. They will not be making Amrabat permanent. Additionally, the Moroccan midfielder has gained attention from AC Milan.

Sofyan Amrabat was not upto the mark at Manchester United

Sofyan Amrabat made just two starts for the Red Devils since his arrival. After the midfielder’s brilliant performance for Morocco in the FIFA World Cup 2022, he was considered a massive signing for Man United. Unfortunately, he was unable to keep up to the expectations. While United are not expected to keep Amrabat back at Old Trafford, he will likely go to a new club.

While speaking about Sofyan Amrabat, football journalist Dean Jones said,

“You probably have to have him down as having one of the most disappointing years in 2023 across football, because the levels that we’ve seen previously of him and when he was talked about for his Morocco performances, the level of expectation and hype, especially as United pursued him all summer, you’re expecting big things.

Fiorentina wish to cash in on the Moroccan international. Moreover, AC Milan are in need of a defensive midfielder. If everything works out right, the Italian club will surely try to add Amrabat to their squad. Moreover, it would give Amrabat a chance to start fresh with a new club.

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