Fiorentina has reportedly given Sofyan Amrabat a deadline to make a decision about his future, with Atletico Madrid, Manchester United, and Liverpool monitoring the situation.
According to a report in Tuesday’s Corriere dello Sport, Fiorentina has granted Amrabat the next “48 to 72 hours,” which translates to until the end of the day on Friday, to determine whether he will stay with the club or depart.
The asking price for Amrabat is estimated to be around €30 million, and while several European clubs have shown interest, no move has materialized due to their focus on other targets.
Barcelona had pursued signing the Moroccan international after the World Cup, but a suitable agreement with Fiorentina was not reached.
Amrabat has also been linked with reuniting with former coach Erik ten Hag at Manchester United, although that deal has not gone through.
Recent reports suggested Liverpool’s interest, but their signing of Wataru Endo has reduced the urgency.
Atletico Madrid entered the scene in their search for a replacement for Rodrigo De Paul, but his potential move to Saudi Arabia reportedly fell through, potentially negating the need for Amrabat’s services.