AC Milan have checked with Fiorentina for the potential signing of Sofyan Amrabat as he could leave the club this winter.
AC Milan have been linked with a move for Ambrabat on several occasions since he was at Hellas Verona, suggesting that this is a profile that management like given he is 25 years old and that he can adapt to various systems and roles within the midfield.
Things haven’t gone as planned for him overall since his move from Verona to Fiorentina, and Calciomercato.com reports that La Viola has opened up to letting him go on loan with an obligation to ‘purchase.
In addition, the Florentine newspaper reports that there was even an investigation carried out by Milan for the Moroccan international, who is currently in Cameroon with the national team as part of the Africa Cup of Nations. The Violets had already refused an offer of 20 million euros from AC Milan during the previous transfer window.
Nordin’s little brother has joined club Florence after scoring the fantastic first part of the 2019/2020 season under the colors of Verona. In January 2020, the club had already fought for his signing with Napoli, before winning the 25-year-old.
At the time, Hellas Verona exercised the call option, worth around € 3.5million, after Amrabat loaned out to Club Brugge, after which the defensive midfielder was was immediately sold to the Viola for 10 million euros.
Now Fiorentina seem ready to give up their midfielder who has played 33 games in their team this season, scoring no goals and providing no assist.