Tomorrow, Man Utd will break-in with £60m plus £4.3m offer for signing – Journalist

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The controversy surrounding Rasmus Hojlund’s transfer to Manchester United appears to be coming to an end.

Given the uncertainty surrounding Kylian Mbappe’s future, reports of Paris Saint-Germain’s interest in Hojlund have recently spread across the United supporters, at least on social media.

However, according to Alfredo Pedulla, the French powerhouses have not made a formal bid for the Atalanta star and are instead concentrating on deciding the futures of Marco Verratti and Kylian Mbappe. Instead, an official offer for the 20-year-old is expected from the English team by Saturday.

The Italian journalist claims that the company situated in Bergamo anticipates a formal offer from United of roughly 70 million euros (£60 million) plus 5 million euros (£4.3 million) in bonuses.

The international from Denmark has already signed to personal terms with the Red Devils, despite interest from other clubs. As a result, it’s time to proceed to “the operational phase.”

The friendly loss to Real Madrid in Texas served as yet another reminder of Erik ten Hag’s squad’s need for a decisive finisher, and it is likely to spur the club’s management to step up their attempts to get Hojlund to the Theatre of Dreams.

The pacy attacker had a productive debut season in Italy (a league goal involvement every 141 minutes), despite having less than 100 senior matches to his credit. He should be a step up from any striker currently at Ten Hag’s disposal. Additionally, he has scored six goals in as many games for his nation.

Currently, the Dane is scheduled to play for Atalanta against Bournemouth in a friendly on Saturday, but things might quickly alter in these “decisive” hours.

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