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Fiorentina fear Manchester United have lowered Sofyan Amrabat’s transfer value



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Fiorentina, the parent club of Manchester United loanee Sofyan Amrabat are reportedly fearful that the midfielder has lowered his transfer value during his time at United.

Amrabat, 27, has made 21 appearances so far throughout his time at Old Trafford, playing as both a central midfielder as well as being often used as a left-back amidst United’s ongoing injury crisis.

The midfielder who received massive acclaim during the 2022 World Cup, informed reporters back in September that he told Erik ten Hag that he would ‘play where you need me, where the team needs me, even if it’s [as a] goalkeeper.’

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Now, almost six months later Amrabat has failed to impress wherever he has been utilised, and Ten Hag who reportedly pushed for the club to sign Amrabat is under serious pressure to keep his job.

Making a massive error against Manchester City on Sunday, Amrabat shortly after coming off the bench, Amrabat failed to control the ball, allowing City striker Erling Haaland to double their lead in City’s 3-1 victory over the Red Devils.

Underwhelming throughout his time at United, the Morocco international has frequently looked out of place in a United team that in its entirety has been poor this season.

The lack of quality shown by both United and Amrabat has according to a report from Football Italia led to fears at Fiorentina that the midfielder’s transfer value has drastically dropped during his time in the North of England.

The Italian giants are of the belief that not only has Amrabat’s value dropped considerably, but now with one year left on his deal with the club, they will struggle to sell him at all.

United, who paid £7.7 million to loan the 27-year-old, do have the option to make the signing permanent for a potential fee of £21.2 million, including add-ons. However, it has been heavily reported that the Red Devils have no intentions to do so.