Contract already offered – £60million player willing to agree Man United move

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Manchester United target, Rasmus Hojlund, has basically issued a come and get me plea to the Old Trafford club.

Last week, La Gazzetta Dello Sport revealed that the Red Devils have offered a ‘top’ contract to sign the striker from Atalanta this summer.

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Now, the player himself has indicated that he is willing to agree a move to Man Utd.

As per today’s version of Corriere dello Sport (news image provided below), the 20-time English champions have been ‘at the forefront’ to lure the 20-year-old, who has now sent a clear transfer message.

Speaking to Berlingske newspaper, Hojlund stated:

“It’s a great club, I must have done something good if they say they are looking for me. My goal is to reach the top level and Manchester United is, but I haven’t spoken to Ten Hag”

The youngster still has over years left on his contract with the Serie A side and it would require a fee of around £60million to hire his services (Corriere dello Sera).

The Danish international started 20 games for Atalanta in the recently concluded league campaign and directly contributed in 13 goals (9 goals and 4 assists).

Hojlund is a raw talent at the moment and in my view, Man Utd badly need a proven quality goal scorer, someone like Kane or Osimhen, to challenge for the big titles next season.

In your view, who should Ten Hag sign to reinforce the strike force at Old Trafford?

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