Man Utd offer £39.5million and £40.4million for two signings – Decisions made

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Manchester United plans to make improvements to both their goalkeeping and strike force during the summer transfer window.

Rasmus Hojlund and Andre Onana have received offers from Manchester United, if reports in the Italian media are to be believed.

The Red Devils have reportedly made the Cameroonian shot stopper their first offer, according to La Repubblica.

United allegedly moved in with a bid of 47 million euros (£40.4 million), but Inter Milan decided to reject it.

Onana, who had an outstanding debut season for the Nerazzurri at the San Siro, is expected to fetch a transfer fee of 60 million euros (£51.5 million).

However, according to Corriere della Sera, after their initial offer was turned down, the Old Trafford club made a second attempt to sign Hojlund away from Atalanta.

The Bergamo club also demands 60 million euros for their prized asset in addition to the recent offer of 46 million euros (£39.5 million), which is higher than the initial offer of 35 million euros.

Erik ten Hag must find quality replacements as soon as possible, but Man United haven’t been good negotiators during this transfer window.

The 20-time English champions are able to command the highest price from clubs.

To entice Mason Mount, they had three offers rejected before finally coming to terms with Chelsea; we observe a similar pattern in their attempts to sign Hojlund and Onana.

United will play in their first preseason game in less than a week, so they need to secure important targets as soon as possible.

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