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Jurgen Klopp is interested in signing Sofyan Amrabat from Morocco

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Jurgen Klopp is interested in signing Sofyan Amrabat from Morocco. According to the French publication Foot Mercato, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has already met with Sofyan Amrabat’s entourage to discuss a prospective transfer. The Fiorentina midfielder is doing excellently for Morocco at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He has participated fully in each of his team’s four games played thus far in Qatar, and he was a standout in their victory over Spain on December 6.

In their Round of 16 matches, Africa kept Spain scoreless for 120 minutes of regulation time before prevailing 3-0 on penalties. Some of the major teams in Europe have taken notice of his performance with his national squad. The defensive midfielder is also a target for Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan. This season, he has played in 20 games for La Viola across all competitions, and he is an important part of manager Vincenzo Italiano’s midfield.

However, Amrabat and the Italian team might have to split ways soon. After the FIFA World Cup in 2022, Klopp and the company are planning additional conversations with the Moroccan midfielder’s representation. Liverpool should be motivated to sign Amrabat because of Fabinho’s subpar performance and the absence of a natural backup for the number six position. In January, he will begin the final 18 months of his deal, although the club has the option of extending it by one additional year.

Therefore, they won’t feel any pressure to get rid of the former Hellas Verona midfielder, which could make things difficult for any possible suitors. The 43-cap midfielder will play for his country on December 10 against Portugal in their first-ever World Cup quarterfinal match.

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Salman Shaikh
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