According to media sources, the Red Devils have already accepted terms with the Danish center striker and must now agree on a fee with Atalanta.
The Red Devils have already agreed personal terms to bring the 20-year-old striker to Old Trafford, according to Football Insider.
According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image provided below), Atalanta does not have any financial constraints that would force them to sell Hojlund.
However, his representatives have compelled him to hunt for a new team, much to the chagrin of the Bergamo club.
According to the Milan-based news agency, the Serie A club wants a sum of around £51.4 million (60 million euros) to sell the youthful goal scorer.
El-Bilal Toure, a Mali international and Almeria center forward, has already been identified as his replacement by Atalanta.
The Italians have struck a deal with the African striker’s entourage, but reaching an agreement with the Spanish club will be difficult.
Man United has failed to replace Ronaldo, and Martial has been an erratic performer at Old Trafford. As a result, Ten Hag will require a competent No.9 for the upcoming season.
Should United agree to a £51.4m fee for Rasmus Hojund, in your opinion?