Top 5 PB:
153, 150, 141, 138, 132
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Sofyan Amrabat is a defensive midfielder for Fiorentina. Amrabat was an integral part of the Verona side which overachieved during the 2019-2020 season finishing 9th. Amrabat has returned from his loan spell and is likely to play regularly for Fiorentina in the upcoming Serie A season. Amrabat is very comfortable on the ball, completing an averaging of 52 passes per 90 and successfully completing a very high 72.1% of his 3.1 dribbles per 90. Amrabat often drops deep to receive passes from defenders and with excellent ball control and agility, Amrabat will often change direction quickly and start to build attacks. Amrabat is particularly strong at turning quickly and these manoeuvres are often used for him to create space and help him retain possession so often. Amrabat is also strong off the ball and makes 1.51 tackles per 90. Despite being strong at passing, tackling and dribbling, Amrabat does not particularly suit the PB matrix due to his lack of creativity in attack. Amrabat only averages 0.89 key passes, 0.76 crosses and 0.58 shots per 90. During the 2019-2020 season, Amrabat only provided 1 goal and 1 assist and with him only completing 40% of his attempted crosses and shots - he appears unlikely to contribute to goals much more frequently in the future. Overall, Amrabat is a very useful player who could hit high PB averages and given his quality, he could possibly earn transfer links in the future. However, unless he can become more effective in the final third, he is unlikely to earn dividends often due to a lack of peak PB scores.
1 Year Price Graph
Sofyan Amrabat's price started the 2019-2020 season at just £0.21. Following a strong start to the season, Amrabat's price hit a peak of £0.69 by January 2020. Since then, Amrabat's price has dropped considerably and he currently has a market price of £0.53 with an instant sell price of £0.31. Demand for Amrabat has dropped because his peak PB scores are low and so he is unlikely to earn matchday dividends in the future. Amrabat has a fairly high PB average and could have an outside chance of earning matchday dividends on matchdays with few teams playing, but Pulgar is likely to hit higher PB scores on the majority of matchdays due to taking set-pieces. In the short term, Amrabat's spread is likely to remain fairly wide and his market price could drop once the order books system is fully implemented. Longer term, Amrabat could be a strong hold given the possibiltiy of a transfer to a strong team and the outside chance that a transfer could lead to him earning media dividends.
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