Announced close to a departure from Fiorentina, Sofyan Amrabat could remain in Serie A. The Moroccan international is interested in two Italian clubs who are thinking of recruiting him this summer.
Sofyan Amrabat, likely to leave Fiorentina, would have several options, still in Italy. According to information from Tuttosport, the Atlas Lion is in the sights of Naples and Torino.
Indeed, the Torino is looking for reinforcements in the midfield. Among the names on the market list is Sofyan Amrabat, but the situation turns out to be more complicated than expected, as the former FC Brugge is also a priority for Napoli who are negotiating his transfer.
In the purple jersey, the Moroccan midfielder could not repeat the same performances provided with Verona and is open to any request. The latter had already been approached by Galatasaray.
Amrabat is now in the Netherlands undergoing postoperative rehabilitation therapy after undergoing knee surgery. Recovery times are still not certain, but he should head straight back to Florence.
The Moroccan signed a contract until June 2024 and the Violets had already refused an offer of 20 million euros from AC Milan during the previous transfer window.
Amrabat’s ability to combine quality and quantity makes it a flexible and attractive profile, especially among Italian clubs.