Check Out “According to rumor’s, Rasmus Hojlund will join Manchester United this weekend after passing his medical.” The Manchester Evening News reports that the Premier League giants are currently putting the finishing touches on the deal before announcing their newest addition around the time of Saturday’s friendly match against the French club Lens, which kicks off at 12:45 p.m. EST.

It is believed that Hojlund has reached an agreement on a transfer fee that totals £72million, which includes a five-year contract with an option for an additional year as well as an add-on payment of £8million.

MEN further assert that the club’s plans for Hojlund this week had to be adjusted as a result of the striker, who is 20 years old and arrived later than expected at the club.

The Dane arrived in Manchester on Tuesday evening after flying there, and although he was supposed to meet with some supporters and take part in some other activities around his signing, those plans were scrapped since his medical examination took precedence instead.

Due to the fact that Erik ten Hag is represented by the same agency as Hojlund, the front man was Erik ten Hag’s top priority this summer as he searches for a new striker to lead the line at Old Trafford. Hojlund currently plays for FC Copenhagen.

According To Rumor's, Rasmus Hojlund Will Join Manchester United This Weekend After Passing His Medical
According To Rumor’s, Rasmus Hojlund Will Join Manchester United This Weekend After Passing His Medical

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Alejo Veliz, a 19-year-old forward for Rosario Central, has also entered into negotiations with Tottenham.

This summer’s Under-20 World Cup saw Veliz shine for Argentina, scoring three goals.

Although discussions are only beginning, Spurs is eager to bring in a number of players during the hectic final month of the summer transfer market.

Veliz is reportedly in personal agreement with the Premier League team and eager to join; nevertheless, Rosario wants to keep the winger on loan after the trade is approved.

talkSPORT is aware of Robert Sanchez will be transferred from Brighton to Chelsea for a fee of £25 million.

At Stamford Bridge, the Spaniard will once again work with former Brighton goalkeeper coach Ben Roberts, who Sanchez has praised for enhancing his “mental fortitude.”

Since he has been a member of Brighton since he was 15, Sanchez is also considered a homegrown athlete.

Although he was born in Spain, England had previously expressed interest in him before he was eventually called up to the Spanish national team, where he won two caps.