Sofyan Amrabat, a reported Liverpool transfer target, failed to show up for training today as he attempts to complete a deadline-day switch
According to Fabrizio Romano, a journalist. Romano said on Twitter this afternoon that the Moroccan is ‘pushing’ a trade away from Fiorentina.
However, it does not look that Liverpool is in contention at this time. The Reds have long been considered a probable winter location for Amrabat. Instead, Romano claims that Barcelona is his most active suitor.
According to the writer, Barcelona had a loan proposal for the 26-year-old denied earlier today. Fiorentina rejected their approach, which offered roughly £2.5 million up front with a £32.5 million buy option.
Amrabat is practically out of alternatives for January.
Amrabat appears to have made it apparent that he intends to leave Florence ever since the World Cup.
Throughout January, the Morocco international has been open to signing a new club.
So far, his employer’s high asking price appears to have kept the wolves at bay. Liverpool was said to be one among the clubs most interested in signing Amrabat to the Premier League.
Despite the fact that Jurgen Klopp is supposed to have spoken with his representation prior to the World Cup, conversations do not appear to have progressed.
If Amrabat does get a move, it will very certainly not go to Liverpool.
It is suggested that the former Hellas Verona player is not available for a loan transfer. If this changes in the dying hours of the transfer window, Liverpool’s curiosity should be aroused.
At £35 million, the Reds are unlikely to get involved this late in the day.