CorFiorentino: Milan pressing for Fiorentina midfielder who wants more playing time

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are lurking in the background in case Sofyan Amrabat looks to move clubs this summer, according to a report.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) reported earlier this week that Milan have set their sights on Amrabat, but for Fiorentina he is considered untouchable and La Viola have even rejected an offer of €20million – the same amount they paid for him – from Milan.

Now, il Corriere Fiorentino (via MilanNews) have also confirmed that Amrabat is looking for his situation to improve between now and the end of the season, with Milan interested in the background. Against Genoa, Viola boss Beppe Iachini did not modify the formation too much, but now he is forced to do so also due to absences.

Amrabat could therefore start in the next game and the Morocco international wants to prove his worth to Fiorentina, but the Rossoneri and other clubs are pressing for him in case his situation does not improve.


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1 Comment

  1. Bunga2 says:

    This rumour is weird. Midfield is probably one of the least pressing matter for now as we have Kessie-Bennacer double pivot and Tonali as the sub. If Amrabat wants more playing time, he would need to compete fiercely here and it just doesn’t make sense. Unless of course we’re preparing to offload either Kessie/Benna and preemptively getting him as replacement first.

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