As you might have guessed from the little time handed to him by Erik ten Hag at Manchester United, Sofyan Amrabat isn’t going to be sticking around at Old Trafford.

The Morocco international was brought in on loan last summer with a €25m purchase option, which will now not be triggered.

This comes courtesy of TuttoMercatoWeb, who look at the player’s situation after a recent report stated there were big regrets at Manchester United over the deal.

The outlet explains the decision was made a few days ago at Old Trafford, and they have ‘decided to turn the page’, and will be moving on and sending him back to Fiorentina.

In short, unless something ‘unforeseeable’ happens, Amrabat will only be spending six months as a Manchester United player, and the €20m + €5m in bonus clause ‘will not be exercised’.

TuttoMercatoWeb also do a quick calculation, taking into consideration the €9m they paid to bring him on loan in the first place, and point out he has cost them €7867 per minute played to date.

He has only featured once as a starter since the turn of the year, with that coming in Manchester United’s 1-0 FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest.