Transfer: Fiorentina deny receiving offer from Man Utd for Amrabat as Arsenal star leaves Emirates

Fiorentina have denied receiving an offer from Manchester United for their midfielder, Sofyan Amrabat.

Earlier this week, reports in Italy claimed that Man United had submitted a bid for Amrabat but Fiorentina were ‘unimpressed’ by the offer, which failed to match their £25million asking price for the player.

Speaking on the development, Fiorentina’s general manager, Joe Barone, disclosed that the club are yet to receive an official offer for the Morocco international, who worked with Man United boss Erik ten Hag at FC Utrecht in the past.

“At the moment, nothing official has arrived, I told him [Arambat] to come here concentrated because he is a Fiorentina player,” Barone told Sky Sport Italy.

Meanwhile, Arsenal have confirmed that goalkeeper Hubert Graczyk has left the club to join National League South side Slough Town on a season-long loan.

“We wish Hubert [Hubert] all the best with Slough Town this coming season and look forward to seeing his continued development,” Arsenal’s statement read in part on Friday.

Graczyk, 20, joined Arsenal in 2017 but signed his first professional contract with the Gunners in 2021.

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