The Moroccan’s move to the Theatre of Dreams ended a summer of speculation on deadline day.
It wasn’t until the final 48 hours of the transfer window that United stepped up their pursuit of Amrabat but he kept his nerve to get his dream move to Old Trafford.
Despite detecting a slight back injury during his medical, Amrabat eased the fears of United supporters by appearing in training during the last two days.
Most of United’s squad are on international duty but Amrabat was at Carrington today with Reguilon as he got to grips with his new surroundings.
The Spaniard tagged his new team-mate in the post, setting his location to United’s Carrington training ground.
The pair will be hoping to make their debuts for the club when United take on Brighton at Old Trafford after the international break.
Reguilon was in Sunday’s squad to take on Arsenal but he was an unused substitute.
Ten Hag, who has previously worked with Amrabat, says the Morccan can play in two positions in United’s midfield.
‘It was already, from the start of the season, one of my wishes to get another [number] six, a holding midfielder, in the squad because through the season you need that depth there,’ said Ten Hag.
‘In that position we only had Casemiro who can play really well there. With others we have to make compromises but, with Sofryan Amrabat, we have another one.
‘Also he can play alongside Casemiro because he can also play a little bit higher on the pitch. So it’s very good to have him and I think he fits very good to Premier League football, to Champions League football. I think the demands are strong.
‘He is very dynamic, he’s very good in the duels. So we are pleased that we have him at United and I think he will contribute to our high targets we set.’
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