MANCHESTER UNITED have been handed a blow to their hopes of signing Sofyan Amrabat after another team reportedly joined the race.
Erik ten Hag is looking for more reinforcements after already adding Mason Mount, Rasmus Hojlund and Andre Onana to his squad.
GettyManchester United are reportedly interested in signing Sofyan Amrabat from Fiorentina[/caption]
GettyJuventus are said to be keen on replacing ex-Chelsea man Denis Zakaria with Amrabat after selling him to Monaco[/caption]
But top target Amrabat could be a difficult one to capture with another club looking to secure his services.
According to SportMediaSet, Juventus are now keen on the signing the Morocco international from Fiorentina.
This comes after the Italian giants managed to offload former Chelsea loanee Denis Zakaria to AS Monaco.
And now Juve sporting director, Cristiano Giuntoli, wants Amrabat to replace Zakaria in midfield.
Atletico Madrid have also been linked with a move for Amrabat this summer who is said to be valued at around £26million.
The 26-year-old featured 29 times in Serie A last season and impressed for Morocco at the World Cup in Qatar.
Manchester United will be hoping they can wrap up a deal for him with exits expected in their midfield.
The Red Devils have reportedly been in talks over the departures of Fred, Scott McTominay and Donny Van der Beek.
Ten Hag is building a new look United side as he hopes to improve on the club’s third place Premier League finish last season.