Sofyan Amrabat set to remain in England next season, United fans will be perplexed – report

When Sofyan Amrabat’s loan agreement ends at the end of the current campaign, he will likely stay in England because Manchester United is not willing to sign him on a permanent basis.

At Erik ten Hag’s request, the Moroccan international joined United on deadline day in September of last year following a drawn-out summerlong pursuit from Fiorentina.

After much haggling, Old Trafford executives and their Italian colleagues settled on an £8.5 million loan package that included a £21.4 million buyout option. However, the lack of evidence that the club is looking to trigger this clause this summer is a reflection of Amrabat’s lackluster season in Manchester.

Although Ten Hag’s team has suffered mightily this season in many areas, it is evident that Amrabat lacks the necessary quickness and technical ability to succeed in midfield at a top club. This is not necessarily his fault.

After a historically dismal season, United is right to examine other midfield possibilities this summer as the Club looks to rebuild the first-team roster.

Nevertheless, clubs lower in the league have not been deterred by these setbacks, as two teams have expressed a strong desire to sign the Amrabat this summer.

The 27-year-old midfielder has reportedly been scouted by both Crystal Palace and Fulham in recent weeks, and their recruitment teams have been impressed with their discoveries, according to The Sun.

Two weeks earlier, Oliver Glasner’s rampaging team humiliated United 4-0 at Selhurst Park when they came to play.

Despite this assault, Palace insiders claim Amrabat, who entered the game off the bench just after the fourth goal was scored, made an impression on the London team. With the Moroccan on the field, Palace were unable to increase their score.

The Sun also confirms the Peoples Person’s earlier reports about Fulham’s interest in Amrabat. The Cottagers have started to make plans to replace João Palhinha, the Portuguese midfielder who was once wanted by Liverpool and Bayern Munich and came dangerously close to joining the German team last summer.

Amrabat will be starting his final season of a contract that expires in 2025 with Fiorentina this summer. Additionally, the Moroccan left Florence without any fanfare, and La Viola will want to get rid of him permanently to free up money for other projects.

Because of this, Palace and Fulham should be able to work out a great deal for a player who isn’t really wanted by either his parent team or his loan team.

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