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Manchester United will make final decision on “big regret” transfer next month



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Manchester United are said to be set to make the final decision on a transfer with “big regrets” in the coming month.

Erik ten Hag’s success in the transfer window whilst being at United has been questionable.

While Lisandro Martínez and Rasmus Højlund appear to be solid signings for the future, you can ponder over the effectiveness of many of the other moves.

Sofyan Amrabat was signed on loan in the summer from Fiorentina after it initially seemed that United would secure the midfielder on a permanent deal.

Instead, they secured a buy-option in his loan deal, and many supporters would now choose to avoid activating that option at the end of the season.

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Amrabat has had minimal impact at United thus far and has struggled to adapt to the speed and intensity of the Premier League, leading to question marks over his long-term future at the club and whether he will return to Fiorentina.

The Serie A team is eager to find out whether United will choose to secure his permanent signature at the end of this season, as reported by Calciomercato. The buy-option for the midfielder is outlined at £21 million, along with an additional £4 million in add-ons.

According to the report, Ten Hag’s team is expected to reach a ‘final decision’ on the future of the 27-year-old within the next month.

Calciomercato suggests that the current inclination is for Amrabat and Manchester United to part ways in the summer, resulting in ‘big regrets’ on both sides.

Amrabat has made 20 appearances for The Reds this season, but has started just once since returning from AFCON.