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Manchester United are making deals around the clock this summer.

With the recent additions to the squad, Mason Mount (#7), Andre Onana (#24) and the short-term return of Jonny Evans (#27), Manchester United have set their sights on the hyped-up Danish prospect Rasmus Holjund, and the 20-year-old striker playing for Italian Serie A side Atalanta is supposedly keen on joining the Red Devils this summer.

The deal has yet to be agreed between Manchester United and Atalanta, but rumours suggest that the player has already agreed with personal terms regarding his move to Old Trafford. 

It has also been confirmed that the player is a massive fan of the club, and it turns out that he has been following Manchester United fan platforms for a long period of time, which inevitably pours more fuel on the transfer window fire. 

The deal could result in a fee anywhere between €50-€70 million, including add-ons. Now estimated to be €75 million, with an extra €10 million in add ons. The player has been compared to the efficient Erling Haaland since his arrival in the men’s game, being 6‘3”, lightning quick and composed with both feet, he is the ideal player to work with. This is especially true for Erik Ten Hag, who excels when moulding younger players in their respective positions and roles.

The squad and staff will have to look out for him, and nurture him appropriately as he’s still young. He will also need plenty of support with adjusting to the new style of football and environment. It is a gamble, but in today’s market, it’s definitely worth the risk.

If United add a more experienced striker to carry the load, and ‘split’ the minutes with Rasmus, Rasmus will be allowed to grow alongside Ten Hag’s plans, developing into the role with a more subtle approach. Instead of ‘crashing’ in.

The Danish forward could be with the club for the next decade if he is managed well, and kept on his toes. Who will United sign next?

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