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Manchester United player has “no idea” about his future amid European giants’ interest



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Manchester United have left one of their players wondering about his future at Old Trafford amid January interest from two European giants.

Sofyan Amrabat was signed by Manchester United on transfer deadline day of the 2023 summer window on a £10 million loan deal as an extra option for Erik ten Hag‘s midfield.

Although United can purchase the player for a further £17 million this summer, Amrabat’s time at United has not gone to plan, with the player firmly a bench option at Old Trafford and unlikely to break into the first team.

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Many feel that United will choose not to trigger this buy option, speaking on his YouTube channel, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has now explained that the club have not made a decision.

“At the moment, this (a decision) has not been communicated to the players’ camp or anyone at Fiorentina.

“I was checking, and Manchester United have not informed both sides about their decision on Amrabat. So, it will be made later this year. So, it remains open, but also because they paid a big loan fee.

“The conversation will be ongoing in the next weeks, but for sure, it’s an open story. For the future of Amrabat, it’s not guaranteed that he’s going to stay at Manchester United.”

Speaking further, Romano also revealed that Amrabat had interest from two European giants, Barcelona and Juventus, who were both interested in taking the player on a fresh loan deal.

“In January, two clubs asked about the possibility to break the loan of Amrabat from Fiorentina to Manchester United and sign Amrabat on a new loan for the January transfer window until the end of the season.

“The two clubs, from what I heard, were Juventus (and Barcelona)… but from Fiorentina and Man United, it was a no.”