Manchester United are keen on André Onana and Rasmus Hojlund but have so far failed to meet their respective price tags. They might have to pick and choose because their budget isn’t too large considering the ongoing change of ownership, Alfredo Pedullà reports. They have already spent €70M for Mason Mount.
Erik Ten Hag is pushing to reunite with the ex-Ajax goalkeeper, but Inter are playing hardball. They want around €60M including add-ons. They’d quickly reject the bid if it were less than €50M. The first formal offer should arrive in a matter of days. The Red Devils are monitoring cheaper alternatives like Feyenoord’s Justin Bijlow.
Manchester United face for Hojlund the same issue as for Onana. They like him a lot, but the early contacts indicated that their proposal would fall well short of Atalanta’s asking price. La Dea requests no less than €60M to part ways with their budding center-forward.
The Bergamaschi would gladly hold on to the Dane for another campaign. Juventus are also keeping tabs on him, but they would pursue him only if they sold Dusan Vlahovic. The Red Devils will look to raise more funds through a few departures, the Manchester Evening News relays.
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