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Sofyan Amrabat is in Manchester United limbo at this current moment in time.

Manchester United have some pivotal transfer decisions to make this summer. Some choices made by Sir Jim Ratcliffe could well make or break the 2024/25 campaign before it has even begun.

Obviously, the first thing that needs sorting out is Erik ten Hag’s future. After that, attention switches to improving the playing squad. Several players have already left the club this month and more will certainly follow. It’s about replacing these guys with genuine quality.

One man who also isn’t sure where he’ll be playing next term is Sofyan Amrabat. This week, we covered a story from Andy Mitten who confirmed that the man from Morocco would like to stay at the club.

Now, Gianluca Di Marzio has given his take on the situation, with The United Stand relaying the information. According to the Italian, the 27-year-old’s United future is still unclear, as he is still ‘awaiting a response’ from the Reds.

It’s reiterated that the Fiorentina loanee would like to stay at the club and remain in the Premier League.

Check out @UnitedStandMUFC’s X post on the news here:

United have the option to sign Amrabat in a deal worth around £20m. A few months ago, this felt like a horrendous option. However, Amrabat’s end to the campaign was absolutely superb and no doubt United are now considering bringing him back for good.

Amrabat was key in the FA Cup final as his dirty work allowed the likes of Kobbie Mainoo and Bruno Fernandes to flourish higher up the field.

With the likes of Christian Eriksen facing uncertain futures, it could make sense to bring Amrabat back in order to keep a consistent core of midfield players together. With the Europa League now on the horizon too, United need more depth than they would have done if they didn’t qualify for Europe.

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