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Not giving up, United's new plan to take Hojlund

By Liam Styles

Erik Ten Hag is desperate to count on the player for his project at Manchester United 

Erik Ten Hag is desperate to count on the player for his project at Manchester United 

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Manchester United keeps on working on the transfer market window to offer its coach Erik Ten Hag the players needed to give another step in the Dutchman’s project at the club, which everybody at the institution expects that could lead them to the Top of European football. In this sense, the Red Devils recently confirmed the arrival of Andre Onana from Inter Milan and they could be designing the plan to complete another signing.

All the Manchester United next efforts seem to be on the Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund, from Atalanta. The big striker has been identified by Ten Hag as the perfect man to lead the team’s attack and fill the number 9 position in the Manchester United forward line, and there could be news about his singing in the next few hours, since the club plans to make a new approach for the player to complete the transfer.

In this sense, Rasmus Hojlund would have agreed personal terms with Manchester United, and according to the Italian media, United would submit an official offer for the player worth 60 million plus bonuses in the last few hours to grant his arrival and hijack a potential interest from PSG for the player.

 

Hojlund is considered “the new Haaland”

Given the attitude shown by Manchester United in the negotiations, Hojlund’s signing could be sealed in the next few hours, since Erik Ten Hag hasn’t stopped to push the club to sign the player, whom he considers could play a key role at Manchester United to face Manchester City in the race to win the Premier League. Hojlund has been compared to Haaland because of his 1.91 cm height, his great control of the ball and his ability to dribble in a few meters, and according to the Italian media, Manchester United hopes to officialize the signing very soon.  
 


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