“Ship him back to Italy. He was the reason we lost the game”, “Terminate his contract after this game” – Manchester United fans furious with star’s performance in Man City loss.

Manchester United supporters have expressed disappointment in the performance of Moroccan midfielder Sofyan Amrabat during the team’s 3-1 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday, March 3.

Amrabat, who showcased his talent in the 2022 FIFA World Cup, has faced difficulties adjusting to life at Old Trafford. The midfielder arrived on loan from Serie A side Fiorentina in September 2023 but has struggled to consistently deliver strong performances. Despite making 20 appearances for the Red Devils across various competitions, he has yet to contribute a goal or assist.

In the recent match against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, Amrabat was not included in Erik ten Hag’s starting lineup. He was brought on as a substitute for Kobbie Mainoo in the 82nd minute. However, during his brief time on the pitch, the 27-year-old made only two passes and committed an error that resulted in Erling Haaland scoring City’s third goal. Rodri dispossessed Amrabat just outside United’s penalty area, allowing Haaland to seal the victory with a left-footed finish.

Following the game, football fans took to social media to criticize Amrabat for his costly mistake. Some suggested that he should return to Serie A, while others called for the termination of his contract with Manchester United.

“Mbappe gave this brother a career. Ship him back to Italy,” one fan commented.

“Terminate his contract after this game,” another user wrote.

These sentiments were echoed by other supporters, reflecting the frustration over Amrabat’s performance.

According to reports from One Football, Barcelona expressed interest in signing Sofyan Amrabat during the January transfer window. However, Erik ten Hag was adamant about retaining the 27-year-old at Old Trafford and dismissed the possibility of a potential move.

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