Manchester United has a “total agreement” with Rasmus Hojlund and Sofyan Amrabat, according to Alfredo Pedulla. With a projected outlay of almost £86 million between the striker and the Moroccan midfielder, completing these transfers would be a huge step towards completing Erik ten Hag’s lineup.
Rasmus Hojlund Signs a Contract with Manchester United
The Red Devils have been without a designated number nine since Cristiano Ronaldo abruptly left the club during the winter break last season. Signing the young Dane Rasmus Hojlund, who has a fantastic scoring record in Serie A thus far, would be the ideal response.
According to Pedulla, the forward has signed personal terms with Manchester United, but an agreement with Atalanta has yet to be reached. Because of Hojlund’s importance to the team, the Italians are unlikely to let him go for a modest fee.
Sofyan Amrabat Agrees on Personal Conditions
Sofyan Amrabat has reached an agreement with the Old Trafford leadership over a move, in addition to an arrangement with Rasmus Hojlund. The Moroccan’s agent advised the Red Devils to move quickly after informing the club of Saudi interest in his player’s services. A prospective move to the Middle East appears to have been avoided by responding promptly and providing the midfielder with what he requires.
Amrabat’s breakthrough came during the World Cup in Qatar. He held an extraordinarily strong defensive line as part of an incredibly successful midfield and was a crucial part of launching counter-attacks that saw his side reach the semi-finals, only to lose to France. He’ll want to expand his fan base by presenting his remarkable talent to the Old Trafford faithful.
What Does This Mean for Future Manchester United Moves?
After completing these transactions, it’s tempting to believe that Erik Ten Hag’s squad is complete for the upcoming season. Andre Onana’s acquisition supplied a new number one, and a world-class one at that. With a new striker to convert chances, Mason Mount as a creative presence, and Amrabat as a hardworking number eight, there is little left to do to round out the squad. For the first time in a long time, loyal United supporters can be pleased with their team.
The prospective move for Harry Kane may be absolutely ruled out if both of these transactions are accomplished. Tottenham Hotspurs’ decision to sell Kane if he does not renew his contract piqued curiosity initially, but with such a hefty investment between these two purchases, it may be tough to find room within FFP laws to acquire the English striker’s signature as well. Despite Carrington’s wealth of skill, England’s top scorer may have been a squandered opportunity.