Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat would favour a move to Manchester United this summer, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

The Moroccan has made the decision to leave Fiorentina, and he has already communicated the same to the club’s hierarchy.
The Serie A outfit are prepared to grant him an exit, but any interested club would have to meet their asking price of €30 million.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that Amrabat has identified Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and United as his preferred clubs.
He is prepared to wait for proposals from the trio first, and is reluctant to consider a move to any other club in the coming days.
United have not made any contact with Fiorentina at the moment. They are currently not prioritising the transfer of a midfielder.
Their main focus in on landing goalkeeper Andre Onana from Inter Milan before stepping up their pursuit of a marquee striker.
Once those two signings are made, they could consider Amrabat. A transfer for the Moroccan would certainly depend on sales.

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