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Report shares what Tottenham and West Ham must pay to land Sofyan Amrabat

Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United are again being linked with a move for Sofyan Amrabat.

According to a report from Voetbal International, the Premier League clubs are bang in the hunt for the defensive midfielder, who is currently on loan with the Italian club from Club Brugge.

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The Morocco international has made a big impression over in Serie A, helping the 11th-placed club to boast the joint-third best defence in the division after 15 games.

His performances have also led to interest from the likes of Napoli, AC Milan, Lazio and Fiorentina.

Voetbal say Verona would be looking to get around €20 million/£17 million for Amrabat, after buying him permanently from Brugge for €3.5 million/£3 million.

TBR’s view – West Ham need Amrabat more

With Verona seemingly open to making a quick profit, West Ham should be looking to make tracks over Amrabat, with £17 million a fairly reasonable sum in today’s market.

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Spurs are seemingly well covered, with Harry Winks, Eric Dier, Tanguy Ndombele and Moussa Sissoko all able to operate in central midfield.

The Hammers though could really do with upgrading on Carlos Sanchez, and Mark Noble is not getting any younger.

Aged just 23, the combative and tenacious Amrabat could be a good pickup for the long-term.

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