Red Devils make first attempt to sign Atlanta striker

Manchester United has made a bid for Rasmus Hojlund.

Manchester United has made a substantial bid of €60 million for Danish midfielder Rasmus Hojlund. The offer includes an initial sum of €50 million, with an additional €10 million in potential add-ons based on performance metrics. However, their bid is likely to face resistance from the player’s current club, Atlanta, as they are seeking a transfer fee exceeding €70 million.

Rasmus Hojlund, a rising star in European football, has had significant attention from top clubs around the continent after an impressive season with Atlanta. The striker has caught the eye of Manchester United’s scouting team with his versatility, technical skills, and composure on the ball. United’s manager and supporters view him as an ideal addition to the squad, with the potential to enhance the team’s midfield options significantly.


Despite Manchester United’s hefty offer, Atlanta seems determined to retain their asset. The club’s stance of demanding a fee in excess of €70 million indicates the level of faith they have in Hojlund’s future growth and the value they place on the player.