Sofyan Amrabat, a Moroccan midfielder, has been signed by Manchester United on a temporary basis. On Friday, Altay Bayindir, a Turkish goalkeeper, and Sergio Reguilon, a left back, both arrived at Old Trafford.
Amrabat arrives from Fiorentina for a rumored 10 million euro (11 million USD, 8.6 million pounds) loan fee. Amrabat was a key player in Morocco's march to the World Cup semi-finals last year.
Next year, United will have the option to purchase the 27-year-old for an additional 25 million euros.
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Amrabat was quoted in a United statement as saying, "I've had to wait for this moment, but I'm someone who always listens to my heart, and now I'm representing the club of my dreams.
I'm a passionate player, and I want to add that enthusiasm to the team. I'll give my all for the team in whatever I do.
Amrabat, who previously worked with United manager Erik ten Hag at Utrecht, gives the Red Devils' midfield some much-needed bite.
According to United's football director John Murtough, "His committed, high-energy approach to the game fits perfectly with the group that we are building here."
We are confident that Sofyan's mentality, dynamism, and technical skills will benefit the team as we strive to win this season's championships.