Manchester United Unlikely to Pursue Permanent Deal for Sofyan Amrabat, Juventus Shows Interest

Manchester United are reportedly unlikely to convert Sofyan Amrabat’s loan deal into a permanent move this summer. Instead, Juventus has emerged as a potential destination for the Moroccan midfielder.

Currently on loan from Fiorentina, Amrabat’s future at Old Trafford appears uncertain. According to Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport (via Sport Witness), the 27-year-old is set to return to Fiorentina at the end of his season-long loan. However, Juventus has expressed interest in acquiring his services, with Amrabat reportedly feeling nostalgic for Serie A.

Since joining United, Amrabat has made 22 appearances, showcasing his versatility by playing in midfield and occasionally at left-back. However, his playing time has been limited, partly due to the emergence of Kobbie Mainoo in the Red Devils’ midfield. While Amrabat has shown promise, there have been instances where he has struggled to make a significant impact on the pitch.

Born in Huizen, the Netherlands, Amrabat represented the Dutch national team at the Under-15 level before opting to play for Morocco at the Under-17 level and beyond. With 55 caps for Morocco, he remains a valuable asset for both club and country.

As his loan spell at United nears its end, Amrabat will aim to make the most of his remaining opportunities on the pitch. With crucial fixtures against Liverpool in the FA Cup and Brentford in the Premier League approaching, he will look to impress and potentially attract further interest from clubs like Juventus as he considers his next move.

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