Fiorentina are keen to keep their World Cup star ahead of the January transfer window.

Amrabat was one of the best at the World Cup, dominating midfield against the likes of Portugal and Spain.

His performance in the World Cup has led him to link up with top-level clubs such as Liverpool and Tottenham.

Italian publication Gazzetta Dello Sport reported that Fiorentina want to keep Amrabat in Florence and are not interested in selling him.

The Moroccan midfielder has seen his value and interest in him reach an all-time high after he and Morocco reached the World Cup semi-finals.

However, the interest would cost the suitors more than double the €20m Fiorentina paid for him in the summer of 2020, as they are not open for sale.

A big offer could force Fiorentina’s hands, but for now they have the 26-year-old.

Amrabat has made 78 appearances for Fiorentina since joining from Hellas Verona in the summer of 2020.

He has become more and more important to them and has played 20 games this season, amassing nearly 1,500 minutes.

Amrabat put in a performance at the World Cup that landed him in the pulse sports tournament team.

Without a doubt, he was the best holding midfielder of the tournament, and the links are not surprising.

However, he could end up as one of many names not living up to his World Cup performances after making a move.