Manchester United Agree Personal Terms With Rasmus Hojlund! [Full Details]

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Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Rasmus Hojlund of Atlanta, MySportDab reports.

The Red Devils have been eyeing the promising striker as Erik Ten Hag continues in his squad rebuild ahead of next season.

According to Jacque Talbot, Manchester United have reached agreement with the youngster but will have to scale through talks with Atlanta to sign the player.

The report adds Rasmus Hojlund will tender a transfer request to Atlanta to push through a move to Manchester United if the club insist on keeping him after Man United’s interest.

The youngster is eager to seal through a move to Manchester United and will hope Atlanta and Manchester United reach agreement on his transfer fee.

MySportDab understand Manchester United are strongly interested in Rasmus Hojlund to spice up the team’s attack next season after Harry Kane planned move stalled.

We reported earlier Man United have decided to loan Mason Greenwood to Atlanta in a push to have the embattled youngster revive his career away from Old Trafford.

Greenwood has agreed to the loan move and have reached personal agreement with Atlanta to spend his next 12 months at the club.

According to reports, Manchester United are hopeful of using Mason Greenwood’s loan move to ease up the bargain for Rasmus Hojlund.

The Red Devils are reportedly ready to continue footing Mason Greenwood’s £70,000 weekly wage throughout his stay at Atlanta as a move to force Atlanta’s hand to sell Rasmus Hojlund

Manchester United will hope to add Rasmus Hojlund to their list of this summer’s signing after signing Mason Mount from Chelsea.

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