Hojlund agrees deal with Man Utd, rejects PSG offer
According to the ‘Mirror’, Rasmus Hojlund has reached an agreement with Manchester United to join Erik ten Hag’s squad this summer. Moreover, he has turned down the latest offer from Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United’s race for Rasmus Hojlund seems to be coming to an end. The youngster has reportedly agreed a deal with the Red Devils to join the Old Trafford outfit this summer, according to the ‘Mirror’.
The Danish forward is Erik ten Hag’s prime target after signing Andre Onana and Mason Mount. The English club were looking for a world-class striker to bolster their attack for the 2023/24 season.
The same media outlet reports that They will pay £60 million – £50 million plus £10 million in add-ons – for his transfer and he will play in a Manchester United shirt until 2028.
Moreover, he has turned down Paris Saint-Germain’s latest offer as the French club are targeting him to replace Kylian Mbappe. The 20-year-old has decided that his next destination for the next five seasons will be the Premier League.