Manchester United has finally reached full agreement with Atalanta for their striker Rasmus Højlund.
The agreement is around €70m with add ons which will push the deal closer to what Atalanta was requesting.
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Rasmus had already agreed on a five year deal with Manchester United with an option for a further year as documents between the two clubs being prepared and ready to be signed in the next 24 hours.
“Rasmus Højlund to Manchester United, here we go! Agreement reached right now with Atalanta. Package will be around €70m with add ons, clubs preparing documents in the next 24 hours. Højlund agreed 5 year deal ten days ago as he only wanted Manchester United,” said Fabrizio Romano.
Paris Saint Germain were also pushing to sign the Danish striker but unfortunately he had his focus on join Erik Ten Hag side from the word go.
Rasmus is expected to boost further Manchester United which has never had a solid striker for sometime now.