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Rasmus Hojlund is arguably the most valuable young striker on the summer transfer market. The Dane is in the sights of several European giants, including Manchester United. The latter have made a big offer, which unfortunately the Bergamo managers consider insufficient.
According to Il Corriere Di Bergamo, Atalanta are about to say no to Manchester United, who are keen to buy Rasmus Hojlund. The Red Devils have made an offer of around €46 million, according to the source. A sum still far short of Dea’s demands. The Italian club is hoping for a minimum of 60 million euros. The Red Devils could well complete the offer. Meanwhile, Juventus Turin remain a serious candidate to acquire the former Copenhagen player.