Two days ago, we covered claims from Italy that Manchester United have promised to sign Fiorentina’s Sofyan Amrabat.

On Sunday, Corriere dello Sport stated the Serie A side are ready to allow the midfielder to leave on a loan deal with an option to buy after initially demanding €30m for him.

La Nazione, relayed by Viola News, continue to insist Manchester United are interested in the 27-year-old.

The Morocco international is waiting for a club willing to pay €25m to the Serie A side but none have come forward so far.

It’s said Manchester United will ‘wait for the last days’ of the window to get a discount to secure his services and could face competition from Napoli.

Fiorentina are ready to get rid of Amrabat and the report states they are willing to allow him to leave on an loan deal with an option to buy, which could be a mandatory option.

Despite the Italian media insisting that Manchester United will make a late offer, there isn’t any concrete indication just yet that they have firm plans to bring Amrabat to Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, Fiorentina manager Vincenzo Italiano isn’t pleased with the  situations of the Moroccan or Luka Jović’.

“The market is a disturbance for everyone, it doesn’t allow you to have peace of mind. Let’s see what will happen for them in the last few days of the transfer market,” he said, as quoted by Sport Mediaset.