If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United want to hire the services of Morten Hjulmand to improve their midfield.
The Old Trafford outfit have already submitted an offer to lure the Danish international but it was turned down by Sporting CP.
Multiple reports coming from Portugal have indicated that the defensive midfielder will only be allowed to leave if the release clause in his contract is activated.
The Lions did not sign him in the summer transfer window only to offload him within six months, especially when they are leading the league table.
As per Record, Hjulmand has an exit clause of £68.7m in his contract and it must be activated for him to leave in the January transfer window.
Similarly, A Bola have also reported that Man Utd have to agree the fee of £68.7m to seal the signing of the 24-year-old play breaker before the transfer deadline ends this month.
This season, United have kept six clean sheets in the Premier League but conceded no fewer than twenty seven goals.
The backline has been a major concern and the absence of a strong player in front of the defense is also a conundrum.
Brazil international, Casemiro’s best days are long gone and Amrabat has not done anything of note that will push Ten Hag to make his loan move from Fiorentina permanent.
In such a situation, should Man Utd agree the £68.7m fee to seal the signing of Hjulmand?