The spotlight has been shone on Sofyan Amrabat, the great architect of the Moroccan adventure in the 2022 World Cup. Liverpool, FC Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Inter Milan and Olympique de Marseille are all fighting for it and hope to enlist him during the next transfer window. Faced with this interest, the 26-year-old midfielder reacted in an interview with Marca.
Sofyan Amrabat admitted he was flattered to be linked with clubs like Atletico Madrid and Barcelona. The 26-year-old caught the eye of Europe’s top clubs with a string of dynamic performances at the FIFA world to help Morocco reach the semi-finals, becoming the first-ever African and Arab team to do so.
Amrabat has played every minute for the Atlas Lions in the Qatar tournament so far, although Morocco suffered in the semi-finals in a 2-0 loss to France on Wednesday night.
Speaking on his future, the Atlas Lion reiterated his love for Fiorentina but claimed he was a fan of Diego Simeone’s tactics.
“I’m proud to be linked with top clubs like Barcelona and Atletico. But I’m a Fiorentina player, I respect the club and I have a great relationship with the president,” Amrabat told Marca. “We also have a good coach at Fiorentina but…yes, I like Cholo’s style,” he added. »
Amrabat is contracted at Fiorentina until the summer of 2024 with the option of a further year, and he has one goal to his name in 78 appearances in a Viola shirt. Moroccan Nordin Amrabat’s brother also urged Paris Saint-Germain to enter the race.