Manchester United are aiming to see off competition from Paris Saint-Germain to seal the transfer of Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund, according to Fabrizio Romano.
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Writing in his exclusive CaughtOffside column, Romano explained that Man Utd have agreed a five-year deal with Hojlund himself, but now just have to reach an agreement with his club.
PSG are also in contact with the 20-year-old’s camp, but the Red Devils will hope to win the race for his signature in a deal worth around £55-60million.
United are adamant they won’t over-pay for Hojlund, but they’re also aware that they now need to accelerate talks to avoid PSG or anyone else hijacking the deal.
“United know that a new striker is something important. The priority target remains Rasmus Hojlund – as I said last week, they have agreed personal terms with the player,” Romano said.