fabrizio romano latest transfer news Rasmus Hojlund

fabrizio romano latest transfer news today – According to Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United and Atalanta have come to an agreement about the transfer of Rasmus Hojlund.

The club made their first offer for the Danish striker earlier this week, and PSG was also considering the forward.

In response to rumors that Atalanta would seek up to £86 million to sell one of its prized assets, they made an opening bid of £50 million.

Despite PSG’s late interest throwing a wrench in Erik ten Hag’s plans, BBC Sport reported that United will adhere to their own assessment of the striker and not surpass it.

Before the new season starts, the Dutchman needs a center striker since United is eager to relieve some of the goal-scoring pressure off of players like Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford.

The team now seems to have made significant progress toward getting the Dane’s formal signature.

Romano discloses the Man Utd-Hojlund contract.

Romano announced on Twitter that United and Atalanta have finally reached a complete agreement over the transfer of Hojlund. Romano also disclosed the specific financials of the agreement.

“Rasmus Hojlund to Manchester United, here we go,” he wrote. Agreement reached right now with Atalanta.

“Package will be around €70 million with add-ons, club preparing documents in the next 24 hours.

“Hojlund agreed five year deal 10 days ago as he only wanted Manchester United.”

On Saturday afternoon, Hojlund’s Atalanta played a friendly against Bournemouth, but the forward was not on the field despite being present and being listed in the starting lineup.

Prior to kickoff, according to Sky Sports reporter Mark McAdam, it looked the Dane was bidding goodbye to his teammates on the field.

Hojlund will become the team’s third summer acquisition if United is successful in getting the transaction approved.

Mason Mount from Chelsea and Andre Onana from Inter Milan cost Ten Hag’s team a combined total of almost £100 million, and a deal for Hojlund would push that total over the £150 million level.