Atalanta won’t promote Rasmus Hojlund cheaply this summer season regardless of the in-demand striker’s request to depart, sources have advised 90min.
Hojlund joined Atalanta in a €17m deal final summer season from Sturm Graz, who themselves had solely signed him from Copenhagen the earlier January. The Dane has scored eight objectives in 31 Serie A appearances this season and has attracted curiosity from Manchester United.
90min understands Hojlund has made it clear to the Serie A membership via brokers SEG that he wish to transfer on following their failure to qualify for the Champions League.
Chelsea have already held talks with Atalanta a couple of doable deal, with Atalanta chief govt Luca Percassi visiting England in April for exploratory discussions. Man Utd are actually speaking with Percassi, whereas Arsenal, Actual Madrid, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have additionally touched base with Atalanta and the participant’s brokers.
SEG are additionally the brokers of United supervisor Erik ten Hag, who has been Hojlund for a lot of this yr.
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United‘s prefered plan is to bring in two strikers this summer. The Pink Devils are concentrating on one youthful choice and a extra established model. Hojlund would match into the previous class, however he wouldn’t come low cost.
90min understands United amongst different suitors have been knowledgeable by Atalanta it’s going to take €65m to €70m (£55m) to prise the 20-year-old away from Gewiss Stadium. That determine would see Atalanta earn greater than quadruple what they paid for him in only one season.
In addition to Hojlund, United are nonetheless assessing different targets equivalent to Harry Kane, Victor Osimhen, Lauturo Martinez, Benjamin Sesko, Mohammed Kudus and Randal Kolo-Muani.
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