TuttoMercatoWeb have revealed that Paris Saint-Germain have entered the race for Tottenham target Sofyam Amrabat.
Amrabat was one of the best players on show at the World Cup as Morocco made an unlikely run to the semifinals, and multiple reports over recent weeks have credited both Spurs and Liverpool with an interest in the midfielder (Foot Mercato).
This has now been backed up by TMW, who state that both Premier League clubs ‘are already evaluating a proposal’ for the 26-year-old in January.
The report states that Antonio Conte has long been an admirer of the Fiorentina star and already discussed a deal for the player with Fabio Paratici in the summer. Jurgen Klopp is also thought to be a fan of Amrabat, owing to the dynamism he offers in the middle of the park.
However, TMW state that the two Premier League clubs have now been joined by PSG in the race for the Moroccan. Amabarat’s compatriot Achraf Hakimi is said to have recommended the midfielder’s signing while the player is also thought to have the endorsement of Kylian Mbappe.
The report reveals that while Fiorentina would like to hold on to the former Club Brugge man, the Serie A club would consider selling him if they receive an offer of €30m (£26.5m).
Spurs Web Opinion
I would be extremely surprised if Fiorentina sell Amrabat for around £25m given how high the midfielder’s stock is after the World Cup. The Viola will likely demand a fee closer to £35m for the 26-year-old, which I do not see Spurs paying, given the central midfield options Conte has at his disposal.
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