Sofyan Amrabat looks shocked after receiving gift from young Man Utd fan in ‘beautiful’ moment

SOFYAN AMRABAT was left shocked after receiving a gift from a young Manchester United fan.

The midfielder, who is yet to play for United after his deadline day loan transfer from Fiorentina, was pictured signing autographs for fans while in a car on his way to Carrington.

Instagram via TwitterSofyan Amrabat was seen signing autographs for Man Utd fans[/caption]

Instagram via TwitterAmrabat was given a pair of shin pads from a fan[/caption]

Instagram via TwitterAmrabat was shocked to learn to pads were a gift[/caption]

After signing a shirt, Amrabat was presented with a pair of shin pads from a young fan.

Upon being handed the pads, the 27-year-old can be heard in a video of the interaction saying: “Ah, oh nice,” before asking if he wants them to be signed.

However, the fan then revealed they were a gift for him.

This left Amrabat visibly shocked.

He then replied: “Oh for me? Thank you very much, very nice.”

Amrabat then gave the fan a high-five as he said: “Thank you man, I’m going to wear them.”

Fans were left impressed by the interaction, with one saying: “Absolutely a beautiful moment. I love to see moments like this.”

A second wrote: “He is an instant fan favourite .”

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“What a sound bloke,” commented a third.

A fourth typed: “Lovely.”

The Moroccan World Cup star could make his debut for the Red Devils when they take on Burnley in today’s late kick off.

Amrabat has hinted at his Premier League bow will come against the Clarets after posting a game-day graphic of himself wearing a Man Utd shirt.

Fans are desperate to see him in action, with many believing he could be the solution to their midfield woes.

Instagram via TwitterAmrabat thanked the young fan and said he would wear the shin pads[/caption]

Instagram via TwitterAmrabat also gave the fan a high-five[/caption]

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