Rasmus Hojlund Make Intention Known Over Man United Move [Full Story]

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Rasmus Hojlund has made his intention known concerning a move to Manchester United, MySportDab reports.

The Atalanta youngster has seen his value peak since his move to Italy and Manchester United are now keen on making a move happen for him.

Rasmus Hojlund himself appears open to a switch to Old Trafford after coming out to make a comment concerning the situation.

He confesses he must have done something right if Manchester United are planning a possible move to sign him in the summer window.

The Premier League side are doing everything possible to land a striker ahead of the new season knowing they desperately need a goal scorer.

He completed a move to Atalanta last summer from Sturm Graz, and his value for now is £40m which his side placed on him.

The striker scored nine times in the just concluded season which was impressive coming from the youngster.

Rasmus Hojlund is open to making a move elsewhere as he confirmed to Tipsbladet about the situation with Manchester United.

Here Is What He Said:

“It is a huge club, so I must have done something right if it’s rumoured they want me. We have to see what happens.

“As you see and hear, I imagine a lot could happen to quite a few strikers this summer, as many clubs are looking for a no9.

“Something will definitely happen there, and then we’ll have to wait and see if I am included in it.

“I am very happy to be with Atalanta and we have qualified for Europe.

“I have found myself in a really good place here, so now we have to wait and see.”

The player has been working as much as possible to ensure he get his dream move which could see him end up with Manchester United.

Rasmus Hojlund isn’t the only target for Manchester United who are also looking to make move if other option open up for them.

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