With an impressive performance in the Moroccan shirt, midfielder Sofyan Amrabat becomes Liverpool’s No. 1 transfer target next winter.
The foggy media reported that coach Jurgen Klopp held a meeting with Sofyan Amrabat’s representative, when Liverpool tried to recruit him in the early winter transfer window of 2023.
Before that, Jude Bellingham was the name that the Anfield team targeted. However, Dortmund’s high bid made them turn to a cheaper target, which is Fiorentina’s Amrabat.
The 26-year-old midfielder played all the minutes with the Moroccan team in Qatar. In the role of interceptor, Sofyan Amrabat made a bold impression, helping the North African team reach the quarterfinals of the 2022 World Cup.
Most recently, in the encounter with Spain, Amrabat strangled the opponent’s midfield, with famous names wearing Barca shirts such as Busquets, Gavi or Pedri.
Sofyan Amrabat’s strength is his abundant physical foundation, good technique and wise kicking style. The Moroccan press compared Amrabat to the unsung hero of the lion of the Atlas region at this World Cup.
According to Foot Mercato, Liverpool quickly approached Amrabat representatives to promote the transfer. The current contract of the Moroccan midfielder with Fiorentina has only one and a half years remaining.
Therefore, the Merseysie team is confident that they can successfully recruit him for a fee of less than £ 30 million.
Sofyan Amrabat himself is also ready to leave Serie A to fulfill his dream of playing in the Champions League. If he arrives at Anfield, his salary will triple, from £30,000/week to £90,000/week.
Sofyan Amrabat’s brother, winger Nordin Amrabat revealed: “When playing well on a big stage like the World Cup, Sofyan is prepared to receive many things for himself.
I think many top European clubs will line up to recruit Sofyan. At the beginning of the year, my brother negotiated with Tottenham but no agreement has been reached yet.”
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