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Manchester United Signs Moroccan Midfielder Sufian Amrabat on Loan: Summer Mercato 2023 Update


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Manchester United Signs Moroccan Midfielder Sufian Amrabat

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English club Manchester United has officially announced the signing of Moroccan midfielder Sufian Amrabat from Italian football club Fiorentina. The contract was finalized just minutes before the end of the summer transfer window in 2023.

Loan Contract Confirmed

Manchester United released a statement on their official website confirming a one-season loan contract with Sofian Amrabat.


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Contract Details

Sky Sports reported that Amrabat will join Manchester United on a loan deal worth 10 million euros. The contract includes an option to buy for 20 million euros as a fixed fee and an additional 5 million euros for extra services.

Amrabat’s Excitement

“I’m honored to be a Manchester United player,” said Sofiane Amrabat in a statement on the club’s official website. “This is my childhood dream come true.”

Amrabat expressed his patience during the negotiation process and his excitement to finally represent his dream club. He promised to bring his passion and energy to the team and make the fans happy.

Amrabat’s Confidence

Amrabat also mentioned his familiarity with manager Erik ten Hag’s coaching style and expressed confidence that he can bring out the best in him. He is determined to contribute to the team’s success this season.

Manchester United’s Summer Signings

Sufian Amrabat, 27, is Manchester United’s sixth signing during the 2023-2024 summer transfer window. The club has also acquired Mason Mount, Andre Onana, Johnny Evans, Rasmus Holland, and Sergio Reguilon.

Source: Agencies

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