As Erik ten Hag looks to expand his options, the Moroccan midfielder is anticipated to sign with Manchester United this summer.
There is no need for Manchester United supporters to become alarmed if a deal for Sofyan Amrabat is not formally approved before the deadline on Friday.
The summer transfer window shuts at 11 p.m. on Friday, and despite a busy day, the Reds have already acquired three players. At Old Trafford, contracts have been signed by Jonny Evans, Sergio Reguilon, and Altay Bayindir.
Amrabat is the signing that most people are most interested in, though. According to MEN Sport, Fiorentina has agreed to an £8.5 million loan fee, and the midfielder is presently completing the necessary tests before being officially revealed.
While the summer transfer window has a set end date, United is still permitted to execute transactions after the deadline because of the deal sheet regulation.
These are precisely what they say on the tin, and you have probably heard about them often throughout the years. To confirm they have struck an agreement with a club for any player, anyone rushing to complete planned deals can submit a deal sheet by 11 pm or whenever their deadline is.
They are then given a further two hours to sign off on and complete a loan or permanent transfer. United used this in January to conclude a deal to acquire Marcel Sabitzer from Bayern Munich by submitting a transaction document.