West Ham United are the only club to have made an offer for Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat.

According to a report from Fiorentina.it, Sofyan Amrabat is firmly on the radar of West Ham in the summer transfer window.

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The East London outfit have been eyeing the Moroccan as a replacement for Declan Rice for quite some time now.

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Hammers boss David Moyes has already strengthened his engine room ranks with moves for Edson Alvarez and James Ward-Prowse.

It seems as though the Scot wants more though…

David Moyes eying another midfielder as West Ham make bid for Sofyan Amrabat

The Hammers are the only club who have made an official offer for the Fiorentina star according to Fiorentina.it.

However, the bid from West Ham is below Fiorentina’s €30 million (£26 million) asking price for the Morocco international midfielder.

I really think that Moyes should be going all out to sign the 26-year-old. Having Amrabat, Ward-Prowse, Alvarez and Lucas Paqueta as central midfield options would be superb for us.

David Moyes eying another midfielder as West Ham make bid for Sofyan Amrabat
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The Fiorentina ace is a tenacious tackler, reads the game perfectly and provides a really strong layer of protection for his defenders.

He has been described as ‘world-class’ by Morocco coach Walid Regragui (Fabrizio Romano). And he’s absolutely spot on.

Sofyan Amrabat is one of the very best defensive midfielders in world football and West Ham would be a much better team if Moyes wins the race for his signature.

The Hammers will clearly have to up their offer for the 26-year-old though, if we really want to bring him to the London Stadium this summer.


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