Man Utd 'send £51m first Rasmus Hojlund offer as Atalanta demand higher fee with PSG in transfer hunt' | The Sun
MANCHESTER UNITED have launched a £51million opening offer for Rasmus Hojlund.
However, Atalanta are holding out for a higher fee with PSG also in the hunt for the striker.
According to Fabrizio Romano, United have sent their first verbal proposal to Atalanta.
The bid is said to be worth an initial £43million plus a further £8million in add-ons.
However, the Italian side are reportedly holding out for at least £60million if they are to sell Hojlund this summer.
PSG remain keen on a move and are in talks with the player's representatives.
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United have already agreed personal terms with Hojlund over a move to Manchester.
Hojlund still has four years remaining on his contract in Italy, having only joined Atalanta from Sturm Graz last summer.
The Danish striker scored 10 goals in 34 appearances for the club last term.
He has also bagged six times in six caps for Denmark since making his debut last September.
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United's hopes of landing the 20-year-old have been boosted this week, though, after Atalanta agreed a deal to sign a replacement.
El Bilal Toure is set to complete a move to the club after snubbing Everton in favour of the Serie A side.
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