Fiorentina currently do not consider Sofyan Amrabat to be a sellable asset, following his impressive World Cup campaign with Morocco.
For many, Amrabat was the best midfielder in the World Cup for his on the ball and off the ball contributions for the Atlas Lions. The former Verona man stood out in a deep midfield role for the national team, right after what has been quite a decent Serie A campaign for him.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have stated that Amrabat is being seen as an unsellable entity by La Viola, who signed him for a fee of €20 million. They are extremely happy with him and they believe that he is a key part of their comeback in the second half of the season.
Atalanta, Napoli and Torino have tried to sign him in the past but have failed but the dangers are now lurking because of the Premier League clubs. Liverpool are giving a serious thought to moving for him and Tottenham remain interested, having come close to signing him in the past. Spanish clubs are also interested.
If Amrabat does leave, clubs will have to shell out about €45 million to sign him or Fiorentina will keep him in January.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN