Rasmus Hojlund completed the medical examination and signed a contract with MU, while waiting for the official debut date “Red Devils”.
Hojlund has signed a contract with MU, just waiting for the debut date
According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Rasmus Hojlund has signed a contract and officially became a MU player. Medical examination and related documentation completed within the last 48 hours.
Meanwhile, the Manchester Evening News also confirmed Hojlund passed the medical examination. Currently, the Old Trafford team is rushing to finalize the visa, registration procedures and remaining terms in the contract with the Danish striker.
Hojlund is just waiting for his official debut as a MU player
In fact, MU intends to complete the medical examination and announce Hojlund by the end of August 2 or on August 3 (Vietnam time). However, the 20-year-old striker arrived in England later than originally planned, so the Old Trafford team had to wait an extra day.
According to British media, Hojlund signed a 5-year contract with the option of a 1-year extension with MU. To convince Atalanta to release the 20-year-old player, the “Red Devils” had to spend £ 72 million, including £ 64 million upfront and £ 8 million in surcharges.
The Amrabat case is not over yet
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, MU still has not met the transfer fee of 30 million euros to recruit Sofyan Amrabat that Fiorentina requested, so the Moroccan midfielder still trains normally with the Serie A club. However, sources This emphasizes that the two sides will soon find a common ground and help the deal be completed soon.
West Ham have not given up on Maguire
According to Independent, coach David Moyes is urging West Ham to recruit midfielder Harry Maguire, even considering him as one of the two top targets of the London team this summer, alongside James Ward-Prowse (Southampton).
Previously, MU flatly rejected West Ham’s £ 20 million offer and only accepted to sit at the negotiating table if it received at least £ 30 million.
Goretzka was “rejected” by Bayern, MU opened the door to recruit
According to journalist Florian Plettenberg (Sky Sports), MU has never given up on midfielder Leon Goretzka.
Despite expressing his desire to stay at Bayern Munich, the 28-year-old star is not currently in the plans of coach Thomas Tuchel because the coach likes to use the central midfielder pair Joshua Kimmich – Konrad Laimer, and wants to recruit ” new 6″ number. In addition to MU, West Ham also closely follows Goretzka’s future.