Reuters, September 1 - Sofyan Amrabat, a Moroccan midfielder, has joined Manchester United on a season-long loan from Fiorentina, while Sergio Reguilon, a Spanish left back, has joined from Tottenham Hotspur.
Although the 27-year-old Amrabat's transfer was not made public, British media reported that United will pay 8.6 million pounds ($10.83 million) and have the option to purchase.
"Joining Manchester United is a tremendous honor. I had to wait for this time, but I always follow my heart, and I'm now a representative of the team of my aspirations," he remarked.
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Amrabat, who has 49 caps, participated fully in Morocco's World Cup run in Qatar last year, playing every minute.
Luke Shaw of England, who had a muscle injury last month and will be out for several weeks, will be replaced by the 26-year-old Reguilon. Tyrell Malacia, the backup, is also sidelined because of an injury from last year.
Reguilon joined Spurs in 2020 after spending a season on loan at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League, having graduated from the Real Madrid academy.