Manchester United can only sign Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat if they manage to sell Scott McTominay this summer.
The Red Devils are eyeing a move for the Moroccan midfielder to further strengthen their squad but the transfer will only be possible if they manage to offload Scott McTominay, according to Manchester Evening News.
Since Kobbie Mainoo sustained an injury during the team’s preseason matchup against Real Madrid earlier this week, the issue has grown more problematic.
In the third minute of play, the player was dragged off the pitch and was later seen exiting the stadium on crutches.
The club will now decide on McTominay’s future after evaluating Mainoo’s condition.
The English giants are hoping to get a transfer fee somewhere around £40m-£50m for McTominay’s with West Ham interested in signing the player.
However, the Scottish international who still has two years left in his existing contract is being eyed as a replacement of Declan Rice who left West Ham for Arsenal for a record transfer fee earlier this summer.