West Ham United target Sofyan Amrabat has apparently agreed terms with Manchester United ahead of a potential summer move to Old Trafford.
And despite the fact that Man United still need to agree a fee with the Serie A side for the 49-capped Morocco international, West Ham United’s hopes of signing him appear to be dead in the water.
Hammers boss David Moyes is thought to be keen to sign Amrabat this summer – in fact it has been claimed that as things stand, we’re the only club to have made a bid for him.
Now though, it seems like Man United are destined to sign him…
Another one bites the dust for West Ham as Manchester United agree personal terms for Sofyan Amrabat
La Repubblica are claiming that the Moroccan has already agreed personal terms with Man United ahead of a potential summer move to Old Trafford.
And even though the Premier League giants are yet to agree a fee with Fiorentina, the writing seems to be on the wall for the Hammers.
That’s a real shame for West Ham. The dream of a double pivot of Amrabat and Edson Alvarez was a really exciting one while it lasted!
The Fiorentina ace would have been the absolute ideal summer signing for us. We all saw how good he was against us in the Europa Conference League final back in June.
The 26-year-old is energetic, athletic, powerful and a great passer of the football. He’s rumoured to be available for around £21-25 million – an absolute bargain.
Unfortunately for us though it seems like Sofyan Amrabat will be joining Manchester United this summer rather than moving to the London Stadium.