Manchester United have been linked with Danish international and Atalanta center forward, Rasmus Hojlund, for some time and the latest reports suggest a proposal has been made.
As per La Gazzetta Dello Sport (news image provided below), the Red Devils tempt to “immediately” secure the signing of the Serie A striker in the summer transfer window.
The Italian media outlet have mentioned that Man Utd have offered a big salary to Hojlund but also need to make an “indispensable offer” to convince La Dea to sell.
It is reported that Atalanta know they cannot refuse certain figures.
The 20-year-old forward’s current deal will expire in 2027 and as per Corriere dello Sera, he is valued at 70 million euros (£60m).
GdS claim the Old Trafford outfit have not many any official bid as yet but manager, Erik ten Hag, has already spoken to the striker.
Atalanta CEO, Luca Percassi, has admitted that certain players can be sold to bigger clubs in order to attain the funds improve the team.
Hojlund featured in 42 games in all competitions last season, scored 16 goals and also provided 7 assists.
Back in March, in the Euro qualifiers, the youngster netted 5 goals in 2 games for Denmark, including a brilliant hat-trick vs Finland.
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