Juventus target has already agreed to join Manchester United

General view of a corner flag at Old Trafford, the stadium of Manchester United.

Rasmus Hojlund has agreed personal terms with Manchester United Reuters / Jason Cairnduff.

Rasmus Hojlund has his heart set on a move to Manchester United despite interest from Juventus.

The 20-year-old made waves in Italy in his maiden season with his huge frame (6’4″) and immense pace, and took little time in making Atalanta’s striker position his own. His introduction at the international stage was no different, as he only took three appearances to bag his first hat-trick for Denmark in their 3-1 win over Finland in March.

The former Sturm Graz talent has less than 100 senior appearances to his name but he already has Europe’s biggest clubs queueing up for his signature. Real Madrid, Juventus and United have all been linked with him this summer. However, Hojlund has already agreed personal terms with the Premier League outfit.

Hojlund agrees terms with Manchester United

Amid uncertainty over Dusan Vlahovic’s future, Juventus have been monitoring Hojlund’s situation. Early this month, it was reported that the Turin-based side will try to lower his price tag by including a player in a swap deal.

Now, it appears, the Old Lady will have to look elsewhere, with reports suggesting the Denmark international has said yes to a move to Old Trafford.

As per transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, personal terms between the talented striker and United have been ‘agreed in May’. He added that Hojlund was a fan of the English giants as a kid and would love to play for them.

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The issue, however, remains Atalanta’s high valuation of £86m of Hojlund. As per the Daily Mail, United’s football director John Murtough is considering using Mason Greenwood as a possible makeweight in their bid to sign their prime striker transfer target. The possibility of the Englishman joining Atalanta on loan has been discussed.