Check Out “Sofyan Amrabat’s transfer to Manchester United has allegedly improved.” To compete with Casemiro, the Red Devils are eager to sign a new midfielder.

Amrabat, a sensation for Morocco at the World Cup, is rumored to be on Erik ten Hag’s radar.

In addition, Barcelona has reportedly withdrawn from the competition to sign the 26-year-old, according to Spanish news outlet Nacional.

United now has a significant advantage in the battle to sign the player as a result.

Sofyan Amrabat's Transfer To Manchester United Has Allegedly Improved
Sofyan Amrabat’s Transfer To Manchester United Has Allegedly Improved

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Romelu Lukaku’s future at Chelsea has been ruled out by Mauricio Pochettino after Inter Milan withdrew from the race to sign him.

The Blues’ 29-man preseason trip of America was without the Belgian striker, who Pochettino almost assured has no future at Stamford Bridge.

Along with Callum Hudson-Odoi, Hakim Ziyech, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Lukaku is one of four players that were left at home.

When asked why Lukaku wasn’t part of his team, Pochettino responded, “It is the club, and of course it is an interesting situation.

“When a decision of this nature is taken, everyone is in agreement. Both the player and the club are making a lot of effort to find the best answer.

It is apparent that the choice was made with the player in mind, he continued. We take action as a result of the choice. Both the player and the club are where they wanted to be.

After acquiring Jurrien Timber, it is said that Arsenal is planning another raid on Ajax.

Mikel Arteta, the manager of the Arsenal, recently said that the club’s work during the transfer window was not complete.

And now, according to the Daily Mail, Arsenal is considering a move for Mohammed Kudus, who is valued at £40 million by Ajax.

Arteta is believed to find his versatility enticing because he can play as a winger and central midfielder.

The news source adds, however, that Arsenal must first sell players in order to make room for any incoming signings.